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Loss and Protracted Family Separations among Refugee Children and Youth: Examining post-migration impacts and service needs

Ongoing Project:Loss and Protracted Family Separations among Refugee Children and Youth: Examining post-migration impacts and service needsResearchers: Serena Nudel1, Akm Alamgir1, Manolli Ekra2, Branka Agic3, Kwame McKenzie4, and Michaela Hynie5Affiliation: Access Alliance1, Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants (OCASI)2, Canadian Association of Mental Health (CAMH)3, Wellesley Institute4, York University5Research Partner: Access Alliance,  OCASI, Canadian Centre [...]

Loss and Protracted Family Separations among Refugee Children and Youth: Examining post-migration impacts and service needs2020-08-20T11:23:54-03:00

Loss and protracted family separation among refugee children and youth

Project Researchers Project Description There is a growing body of evidence on the impacts of forced migration and protracted refugee situations. Studies have documented that many refugee families, including youth and children, have experienced violence, wars, and persecution. Often, refugee families have to flee their homes on short notice and endure long [...]

Loss and protracted family separation among refugee children and youth2019-01-17T18:05:58-04:00
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