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Safe Spaces: Youth with Refugee Experience and Their Parents Harnessing Resilience

Safe Spaces: Youth with Refugee Experience and Their Parents Harnessing ResilienceResearchers: Susan Brigham1, Bayan Khatib2, Marwa Khobeih2, and Omar Reda3Affiliations: Mount Saint Vincent University1, The Syrian Canadian Foundation (SCF)2, and Untangled3Research Partner: Syrian Canadian FoundationKeywords: refugee youth, refugee parents, families, family-based supports, Syrian refugees, Arabic-speaking families, mothers, trauma, resilience, mental health, qualitative research, workshopsJump to: [...]

Safe Spaces: Youth with Refugee Experience and Their Parents Harnessing Resilience2021-09-23T14:17:57-03:00

Safe Spaces: Youth with refugee experience and their parents harnessing resilience

Project Researchers [ultimatemember form_id=3226] Project Description   Objectives a. To create a space for open discussions (a series of 10 workshops) for Arabic speaking refugee youth (n=10) (ages 13-20 years) with experiences of trauma and their parents (n=10) living in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). b. To explore the tensions between youth [...]

Safe Spaces: Youth with refugee experience and their parents harnessing resilience2018-12-12T15:20:01-04:00
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