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Social Justice in Focus

Social Justice in FocusResearchers: Susan Brigham, April Mandrona, Nabiha Atallah, Ryan Veltmeyer, Simone Chia-Kangata, Louise HanavanAffiliation: Mount Saint Vincent University; N.S. College of Art and Design (NSCAD)Research Partners: Immigrant Services Association of N.S. (ISANS), Youth Art Connection (YAC)Keywords: refugee youth, social justice, activism, arts-based research, participatory photographyJump to: Project videos, Findings, Publications & ReportsSummaryThis research [...]

Social Justice in Focus2020-08-06T15:02:16-03:00

‘Ethnocultural Communities’ Role in Supporting Newcomers to Winnipeg

'Ethnocultural Communities’ Role in Supporting Newcomers to WinnipegResearchers: Jill Bucklaschuk1, Reuben Garang2, Janelle Gobin3, and Ray Silvius3 Affiliation: University of Guelph1, Immigration Partnership Winnipeg2, and University of Winnipeg3 Research Partner: Immigration Partnership Winnipeg (IPW) Keywords: Ethnocultural community organizations, integration, settlement, newcomer support, employment, funding, housing, language services, familiesJump to: Full Infographic, Methodology, Findings, Publications & ReportsSummaryObjective: To better [...]

‘Ethnocultural Communities’ Role in Supporting Newcomers to Winnipeg2020-09-08T15:11:53-03:00

The Impacts of Literacy and Numeracy on Earnings: Do Admission Categories Matter?

The Impacts of Literacy and Numeracy on Earnings: Do Admission Categories Matter?Researchers: Richard Mueller1, Khuong Troung2, and Fariborz Birjandian3 Affiliation: University of Lethbridge1, McMaster University2, and Calgary Catholic Immigration Society3 Research Partner: Calgary Catholic Immigration SocietyKeywords: Refugees, refugee youth, settlement and integration of refugee youth, ethnocultural and political identities of refugee youth, citizenship and refugee youth, refugee [...]

The Impacts of Literacy and Numeracy on Earnings: Do Admission Categories Matter?2020-09-08T15:08:09-03:00

Refugee Youth in Western Canadian Cities: Perception of, Identification with, and Affinity to Canada

Refugee Youth in Western Canadian Cities: Perception of, Identification with, and Affinity to CanadaResearchers: Joseph Garcea Affiliation: University of Saskatchewan Keywords: Refugees, refugee youth, settlement and integration of refugee youth, ethnocultural and political identities of refugee youth, citizenship and refugee youth, refugee youth in CanadaJump to: Full Infographic, Methodology, Findings, Publications & ReportsSummaryObjective: This research [...]

Refugee Youth in Western Canadian Cities: Perception of, Identification with, and Affinity to Canada2020-08-06T14:43:45-03:00

Youth Newcomers’ Educational Resistance

Youth Newcomers' Educational ResistanceResearchers: Reza Nakhaie Affiliation: University of Windsor Research Partner: YMCA, Western OntarioKeywords: Youth Newcomers, Education, Educational resistance, Refugee, Refugee education, Self-control, Canada, Personality Traits, Families, BelongingJump to: Full Infographic, Methodology, Findings, Publications & ReportsSummaryObjective: To understand how personality traits, such as self-control, contribute to educational resistance among newcomer youth.Justification: Refugee youth have [...]

Youth Newcomers’ Educational Resistance2020-08-06T14:36:17-03:00

Exploring belonging: Experiences of refugee children and families in a Montreal recreational setting

Exploring belonging: Experiences of refugee children and families in a Montreal recreational settingResearchers: Nicole Ives1, Hend Alqawasma1, Lyn Morland1, Paula Kline2, Marjorie Rabiau1, and Emilia Gonzalez1 Affiliation: McGill University1 and Montreal City Mission2Research Partner: Montreal City Mission Keywords: Refugee children, recreation, integration, belonging, summer campJump to: Full Infographic, Methodology, Findings, Publications & ReportsSummaryObjective: This research describes [...]

Exploring belonging: Experiences of refugee children and families in a Montreal recreational setting2020-09-08T15:05:36-03:00

Immigrant and Refugee Settlement in Canada: Trends in Federal Funding

Immigrant and Refugee Settlement in Canada: Trends in Federal FundingResearchers: Jennifer Braun, Dominique ClémentAffiliation: University of AlbertaResearch Partner: Alberta Association of Immigrant Serving Agencies (AISSA)Keywords: Refugee, Immigrant, Settlement Support, Federal Funding, CanadaJump to: Full Infographic, Methodology, Findings, Publications & ReportsSummaryObjective: This research compares provincial landing rates and federal funding distribution for settlement and integration. It also examines [...]

Immigrant and Refugee Settlement in Canada: Trends in Federal Funding2020-09-01T14:46:48-03:00
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