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Loss and Protracted Family Separation among Refugee Children and Youth: Examining Post-migration Impacts and Service Needs

Loss and Protracted Family Separation among Refugee Children and Youth: Examining Post-migration Impacts and Service NeedsResearchers: AKM Alamgir1, Serena Nudel1, Amjed Abojedi1, Kwame McKenzie2, Michaela Hynie5, Manolli Ekra4, and Branka Agic5  Affiliation: Access Alliance Multicultural Health and Community Services1, Wellesley Institute2, York University3, Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants (OCASI)4, The Centre for Addiction and Mental [...]

Loss and Protracted Family Separation among Refugee Children and Youth: Examining Post-migration Impacts and Service Needs2021-07-19T09:50:52-03:00

Refugee Reception and Perception in Germany and Canada

Ongoing Project:Refugee Reception and Perception in Germany and CanadaResearchers: Elke Winter1, Anke Patzelt1, Verena Schmid2, Mélanie Beauregard1, Charlotte Murret-Labarthe1, Bianca Stumpf 1, Carsten Saremba3, and Georg Mildenberger2, 4Affiliation: University of Ottawa1, University of Heidelberg2, University of Potsdam3, and the Centre for Social Investment4Research Partner: The Refugee HubKeywords: Canada, Germany, refugees, asylum, Syrians, media analysis, newspapers, [...]

Refugee Reception and Perception in Germany and Canada2021-06-30T16:26:03-03:00

Specific Needs in Literacy and Language Learning of Syrian Refugee Children in Germany and Canada

Specific Needs in Literacy and Language Learning of Syrian Refugee Children in Germany and CanadaResearchers: Becky Xi Chen1, Katrin Lindner2 , Claudia Riehl2, Annette Korntheuer3, Abir Shamin1, Kathleen Hipfner-Boucher1, Mohcine Ait Ramdan2, Anna Yamashita1, Jessica Lindner2, Rayan Korri2, Fatema Isam1, Wadieh Zerkly2, Verena Beschinsky2    Affiliation: OISE, University of Toronto1, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität2, University of Kassel3Keywords: refugee students, [...]

Specific Needs in Literacy and Language Learning of Syrian Refugee Children in Germany and Canada2021-06-30T16:49:32-03:00

L’accueil, la rétention et l’intégration des personnes immigrantes, des étudiants internationaux et des réfugiés francophones dans la région de la Baie Sainte-Marie

Ongoing Project:L'accueil, la rétention et l'intégration des personnes immigrantes, des étudiants internationaux et des réfugiés francophones dans la région de la Baie Sainte-MarieChercheurs: Malanga-Georges LiboyAffiliation: Université Sainte-AnneMots clés: étudiants internationaux, intégration, rétention, immigrants francophones, Nouvelle-ÉcosseSommaireCe projet vise à analyser les capacités d’accueil, de rétention et d’intégration des étudiants internationaux dans la région de la Baie [...]

L’accueil, la rétention et l’intégration des personnes immigrantes, des étudiants internationaux et des réfugiés francophones dans la région de la Baie Sainte-Marie2021-02-17T13:05:06-04:00

L’impact de l’incompétence numérique dans la communication école-familles en contextes de défavorisation et de migration : situation des parents immigrants et réfugiés à Halifax

Ongoing Project:L’impact de l’incompétence numérique dans la communication école-familles en contextes de défavorisation et de migration: situation des parents immigrants et réfugiés à HalifaxChercheurs: Malanga-Georges LiboyAffiliation: Université Sainte-AnnePartenaire: Immigration francophone de la Nouvelle-ÉcosseMots clés: enseignants, parents, école, communication, compétences numériques, immigrants francophones, réfugiés, Nouvelle-ÉcosseSommaireNotre étude a pour objectif de faire l’état de la place qu’occupent les [...]

L’impact de l’incompétence numérique dans la communication école-familles en contextes de défavorisation et de migration : situation des parents immigrants et réfugiés à Halifax2021-02-17T13:05:54-04:00

Using Community-Based Research to Develop a Contextually, Culturally, and Developmentally Sensitive Model of Refugee Resilience

Ongoing Project: Using Community-Based Research to Develop a Contextually, Culturally, and Developmentally Sensitive Model of Refugee Resilience Researchers: Amanda Sim1, Kathy Georgiades1, Dalhit Garry2, Marion Trent-Kratz3, and Eve Puffer4 Affiliation: Offord Centre for Child Studies, McMaster University1, Wesley Urban Ministries2, Children’s Services and Neighbourhood Development, City of Hamilton3, and Duke University4 Research Partner: Wesley Urban [...]

Using Community-Based Research to Develop a Contextually, Culturally, and Developmentally Sensitive Model of Refugee Resilience2021-02-01T17:14:44-04:00

Refugee reception and perception in Germany and Canada II

Refugee reception and perception in Germany and Canada IIResearchers: Elke Winter, Verena Schmid SummaryThe years 2015 and 2016 were amount the most turbulent in recent history of refugee movements in the Western world. Amongst other factors, the Syrian conflict generated massive flows of people seeking refuge in Germany and elsewhere, many of them families and [...]

Refugee reception and perception in Germany and Canada II2021-01-20T15:32:52-04:00

Refugees in Canada and Germany: From Research to Policies and Practices

Refugees in Canada and Germany: From Research to Policies and PracticesResearchers: Lori Wilkinson SummaryBuilding on the previous volume by Korntheuer et al. (Eds.), this edited book will examine housing, health, and other resettlement issues from a research and evidence perspective, focusing on how research informs policy and practice. Unlike the first book, which was mainly [...]

Refugees in Canada and Germany: From Research to Policies and Practices2021-01-20T15:23:26-04:00

Refugee Reception and Perception in Germany and Canada

Refugee Reception and Perception in Germany and CanadaResearchers: Elke Winter, Verena Schmid Go to: Findings, Publication SummaryThis research project sought to compare the perception of Syrian refugees in Canadian and German media. Both countries have taken in large amounts of refugees and while the initial reception has been overwhelmingly sympathetic, long-term perspectives in both countries [...]

Refugee Reception and Perception in Germany and Canada2021-01-20T15:14:46-04:00

Bilisat (Bilingual Children at School Age: Arabic and Turkish as Home Languages)

Bilisat (Bilingual Children at School Age: Arabic and Turkish as Home Languages)Researchers: Cornelia Hamann, Solveig Chila, Lina Abed Ibrahim, Hilal SanSummaryResearch QuestionsHow do new arrivals compare to heritage speakers in their language competence during primary school and the first years of secondary education (age range 7;0-12;0, Length of Exposure minimum 18 months)?Which assessment tools are [...]

Bilisat (Bilingual Children at School Age: Arabic and Turkish as Home Languages)2021-01-20T15:00:02-04:00
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