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Migrant Resilience in Canadian Cities: People, Institutions and Policies - Resilience and refuge (webinar recording)

By: Marco Campana
November 30, 2021

In this June 23, 2021 Building Migrant Resilience in Cities project webinar, presenters discussed: 1. Asylum Seekers in Quebec, 2. The role of christian churches with Haitian asylum seekers, 3. Resettlement of Syrian Refugees in Gatineau, Quebec.

Presentation slides and individual presentation videos

Asylum Seekers in Quebec: Language and francization
Nicole Ives & Jill Hanley, McGill University School of Social Work

Coping With The Experience Of Displacement: The Role Of Christian Churches With Haitian Asylum Seekers
Frédéric Dejean – Professor, Department of Religious Studies (UQÀM), with Emerson Jean-Baptiste, sociologist

Intersecting Perspectives of Stakeholders on the Resettlement of Syrian Refugees in Gatineau, Quebec
Anyck Dauphin Ph.D. économie Université du Québec en Outaouais

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