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Labour Market Vulnerabilities of Refugees in Canada: The Impacts of Entry Program, Arrival Age, and Gender

Ongoing Project:Labour Market Vulnerabilities of Refugees in Canada: The Impacts of Entry Program, Arrival Age, and GenderResearchers: Monica Boyd and Shawn PerronAffiliations: University of TorontoKeywords: refugees, entry program, gender, age at arrival, socioeconomic integration, quantitative methodologySummaryObjective: This study aims to document and analyze the stratifying effects of immigration entry program, gender, and age at arrival [...]

Labour Market Vulnerabilities of Refugees in Canada: The Impacts of Entry Program, Arrival Age, and Gender2020-11-13T14:58:28-04:00

Employment Rate and Median Income

Employment Rate and Median IncomeResearchers: Yoko Yoshida1, Jonathan Amoyaw2, and Rachel McLay1Affiliation: Dalhousie University1 and the University of Saskatchewan2Keywords: Economic outcomes, employment rate, median employment income, refugees, immigrants, landing category, Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, Nova Scotia, IMDBGo To: Findings, GraphsSummaryEconomic outcomes, such as employment rate and median employment income, are crucial metrics for understanding the [...]

Employment Rate and Median Income2020-10-22T16:55:16-03:00

Refugee Children from Poland and Vietnam Economic Trajectories

Economic Trajectories of Refugee Children into AdulthoodResearchers: Yoko Yoshida1, Jonathan Amoyaw2, and Rachel McLay1Affiliation: Dalhousie University1 and the University of Saskatchewan2Keywords: children and youth refugees and immigrants, family class, economic class, Poland, Vietnam, Canada, economic trajectories, adulthood, gender, landing category, employment rate, earnings, IMDBGo To: Findings, GraphsSummaryChildren and youth represent the majority of the refugee [...]

Refugee Children from Poland and Vietnam Economic Trajectories2020-10-21T10:27:13-03:00

Economic Trajectories of Refugee Children into Adulthood

Economic Trajectories of Refugee Children into AdulthoodResearchers: Yoko Yoshida1, Jonathan Amoyaw2, and Rachel McLay1Affiliation: Dalhousie University1 and the University of Saskatchewan2Keywords: children and youth refugees and immigrants, family class, economic class, Poland, Vietnam, Canada, economic trajectories, adulthood, gender, landing category, employment rate, earnings, IMDBGo To: Findings, GraphsSummaryChildren and youth represent the majority of the refugee [...]

Economic Trajectories of Refugee Children into Adulthood2020-10-21T09:42:46-03:00

Communicating Through Covid-19: Experiences of Multilingual Families who are Refugees

Ongoing Project:Communicating Through Covid-19: Experiences of Multilingual Families who are RefugeesResearchers: Andrea MacLeod1 and Lucero Vargas2Affiliation: University of Alberta1 and Multicultural Health Brokers, Edmonton2Research Partner: Multicultural Health Brokers, EdmontonKeywords: refugee children, parents, language, communication development, developmental disability, home supports, Covid-19, the Alberta Development Language Questionnaire, Canadian Questionnaire of Use and Exposure in Bilinguals, grounded theory [...]

Communicating Through Covid-19: Experiences of Multilingual Families who are Refugees2020-09-21T15:22:39-03:00

Ongoing Template

Ongoing Project: The Impacts of Covid-19 on Newcomer Serving SPOs in Canada Researchers: Howard Ramos1 and Nabiha Atallah2 Affiliation: Western University1 and Immigrant Services Association of Nova Scotia (ISANS)2 Research Partner: ISANS Keywords: immigrant services, service provider organizations (SPOs), ISANS, Covid-19, social distancing, best practices, service delivery Summary Objective: This study will explore services offered [...]

Ongoing Template2020-09-21T15:14:44-03:00

Newcomer Refugee and Immigrant Youth’s Experience with Covid-19

Ongoing Project:Newcomer Refugee and Immigrant Youth’s Experience with Covid-19Researchers: Reza Nakhaie1, Howard Ramos2, Hugo Vega3, and Kamal Khaj3Affiliation: University of Windsor1, Western University2, and YMCA of Western Ontario3Research Partner: YMCA of Western OntarioKeywords: newcomer, refugee, immigrant, children and youth, Covid-19, social distancing, restrictions, institutional directives, mental health, Durkheim, family, integration, Western OntarioSummaryObjective: This study explores [...]

Newcomer Refugee and Immigrant Youth’s Experience with Covid-192020-09-25T14:58:50-03:00

Covid-19 and Refugee Families in Montreal: Strategies for Reaching Hard-to-reach Populations in Health Emergencies

Ongoing Project:Covid-19 and Refugee Families in Montreal: Strategies for Reaching Hard-to-reach Populations in Health EmergenciesResearchers: Nicole Ives1, Jill Hanley1, Marjorie Rabiau1, Paula Kline2, and Janet Cleveland1Affiliation: McGill University1 and Montreal City Mission2Research Partner: Montreal City MissionKeywords: Syrian refugees, integration, health, public health information, public health messaging, social isolation, Covid-19, phone surveys, QuébecSummaryObjective: This study builds [...]

Covid-19 and Refugee Families in Montreal: Strategies for Reaching Hard-to-reach Populations in Health Emergencies2020-09-25T14:57:14-03:00

Weathering the Storm: Engaging Refugee Families During the Covid-19 Self-isolation

Ongoing Project:Weathering the Storm: Engaging Refugee Families During the Covid-19 Self-isolationResearchers: Stacey Wilson-Forsberg1, Oliver Masakure1, and Jeremey Horne2Affiliation: Wilfrid Laurier University1 and Adventure 4 Change (A4C)2Research Partner: A4CKeywords: refugee families, youth, parents, high school, teens, school work, social isolation, service users, Covid-19, Waterloo, community organizations, qualitative researchSummaryObjective: This study aims to assess how refugee families [...]

Weathering the Storm: Engaging Refugee Families During the Covid-19 Self-isolation2020-09-21T14:33:22-03:00

Legal Status Trajectories and Socioeconomic Experiences of Refugee Claimants in Canada: An Exploratory Study using Administrative Data

Ongoing Project:Legal Status Trajectories and Socioeconomic Experiences of Refugee Claimants in Canada: An Exploratory Study using Administrative DataResearchers: Luin Goldring1, Yoko Yoshida2, Jonathon Amoyaw2, Patricia Landolt3, Jana Borras1, Paul Pritchard3, and Francisco Rico4Affiliation: York University1, Dalhousie University2, University of Toronto3, and FCJ Refugee4 CentreResearch Partner: FCJ Refugee Centre Keywords: refugees, refugee claimants, entry category, Canada, [...]

Legal Status Trajectories and Socioeconomic Experiences of Refugee Claimants in Canada: An Exploratory Study using Administrative Data2020-09-21T14:22:00-03:00
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