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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, [...]

Ongoing project template2020-09-08T14:44:06-03:00

A Retrospective Look: The Social and Economic Integration of the Vietnamese Refugee Youth and the Second Generation in Contemporary Canada

A Retrospective Look: The Social and Economic Integration of the Vietnamese Refugee Youth and the Second Generation in Contemporary CanadaResearchers: Monica Boyd, Shawn Perron, and Lei Chai Affiliation: University of TorontoKeywords: Vietnamese refugees, Indochinese refugees, Boat People, refugee children, refugee youth, sponsored refugees, entry category, educational attainment, labour market, integration, earnings, occupations, quantitative researchGo to: Methodology, [...]

A Retrospective Look: The Social and Economic Integration of the Vietnamese Refugee Youth and the Second Generation in Contemporary Canada2020-09-02T14:21:40-03:00

Pathways of Youth with Refugee Experience in Nova Scotia

Ongoing Project:Pathways of Youth with Refugee Experience in Nova ScotiaResearchers: Ifeyinwa Mbakogu1 and Emily Pelley2Affiliation: Nova Scotia Office of Immigration, Nova Scotia Department of Labour and Advanced Education1 and Dalhousie University2Research Partner: ISANSKeywords: refugee youth, employment trajectories, school to work transition, integration, services, Nova Scotia, qualitative research, participatory researchSummaryObjective: This study aims to understand the [...]

Pathways of Youth with Refugee Experience in Nova Scotia2020-09-01T08:36:30-03:00

Developing Skills, Building Relationships: The Social and Employment Outcomes of ISANS’ Immigrant Youth Employability Program

Ongoing Project:Developing Skills, Building Relationships: The Social and Employment Outcomes of ISANS’ Immigrant Youth Employability ProgramResearchers: Catherine Bryan1, Serperi Sevgur1, and Nabiha Atallah2Affiliation: Dalhousie University1 and Immigrant Services Association of Nova Scotia (ISANS)2Research Partner: ISANSKeywords: newcomer youth, refugee youth, labour market integration, employment, training, support, youth employment program, mixed methods researchSummaryObjective: This study aims to [...]

Developing Skills, Building Relationships: The Social and Employment Outcomes of ISANS’ Immigrant Youth Employability Program2020-08-31T17:01:48-03:00

School-Work Transition Barriers for Newcomer Youth

Ongoing Project:School-Work Transition Barriers for Newcomer YouthResearchers: Erika Goble1, Lisa Rochman1, and Sudi Barre2Affiliation: NorQuest College1 and the Alberta Somali Community Centre (ASCC)2Research Partner: ACSSKeywords: newcomer youth, school to work transition, economic integration, employment, barriers, mentorship, qualitative researchSummaryObjective: This study aims to explore the barriers faced by newcomer youth who are ready to make the [...]

School-Work Transition Barriers for Newcomer Youth2020-08-31T16:48:58-03:00

Immigrant Wages in the Public and Private Sectors: How do these Compare to the Wages of the Canadian-born?

Ongoing Project:Immigrant Wages in the Public and Private Sectors: How do these Compare to the Wages of the Canadian-born?Researchers: Richard Mueller1, Khuong Truong2, Annabella Ansah1, and Andrew Parkin3Affiliation: University of Lethbridge1, McMaster University2, and Mowat Centre3Research Partner: Mowat CentreKeywords: immigrants, labour market integration, wages, wage gap, public sector, private sector, quantitative research, Labour Force Survey, [...]

Immigrant Wages in the Public and Private Sectors: How do these Compare to the Wages of the Canadian-born?2020-08-31T16:37:10-03:00

Immigration and Refugee Settlement in Canada: Trends in Public Funding Researchers: Dominique Clément and Jennifer Braun

Immigration and Refugee Settlement in Canada: Trends in Public FundingResearchers: Dominique Clément and Jennifer BraunAffiliation: University of AlbertaResearch Partner: Affiliation of Multicultural Societies and Service Agencies of BC (AMSSA)Keywords: refugees, immigrants, newcomers, settlement funding, public funding, provincial funding, federal funding, Canada, quantitative research,Jump to: Infographics & Executive Summary, Methodology, Findings, Publications & ReportsSummaryObjective: This study identified [...]

Immigration and Refugee Settlement in Canada: Trends in Public Funding Researchers: Dominique Clément and Jennifer Braun2020-09-02T13:14:07-03:00

Promoting Emotional Well-Being in Refugee Newcomer Families in Waterloo Region

Promoting Emotional Well-Being in Refugee Newcomer Families in Waterloo RegionResearchers: Michael Stephenson1,3, Mark Ferro2, Katholiki Georgiades3, Jenny Jenkins4, Sheri Madigan5, Lehana Thabane 3, Dillon Browne2, Jean de Dieu Basabose2, Jackson Smith2, Nusrat Khan2Affiliations: Sanctuary Refugee Health Centre1, University of Waterloo2, McMaster University3, University of Toronto4, University of Calgary5Research Partner: Sanctuary Refugee Health CentreKeywords: refugees, newcomers, youth [...]

Promoting Emotional Well-Being in Refugee Newcomer Families in Waterloo Region2020-08-20T17:35:27-03:00

Promoting Resilience among Newcomer Youth

Ongoing Project: Promoting Resilience among Newcomer Youth Researchers: Michael Ungar1, Mohammed Baobaid2, Philip Jefferies1, Sara Al-Gashm1 Affiliation: Resilience Research Centre, Dalhousie University1 and Western University2 Research Partner: Muslim Resource Centre for Social Support and Integration (MRCSSI) Keywords: newcomer youth, resilience, wellbeing, protective factors, social integration, gang involvement, delinquency, settlement, quantitative and qualitative methods Summary Objective: [...]

Promoting Resilience among Newcomer Youth2020-08-18T16:53:23-03:00

School and Community Resources and the Social-Emotional and Academic Adjustment of Refugee Children

School and Community Resources and the Social-Emotional and Academic Adjustment of Refugee ChildrenResearchers: Martin Guhn, Monique Gagne, Anne Gadermann, Scott Emerson, and Randip Gill Affiliation: Human Early Learning Partnership, University of British ColumbiaKeywords: refugee children, first generation, second generation, social-emotional adjustment, social contexts, community resources, school supports, academic adjustment, neighbourhood, well-being, resilience, Middle Years Development Instrument [...]

School and Community Resources and the Social-Emotional and Academic Adjustment of Refugee Children2020-08-20T11:21:50-03:00
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