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  • Immigrant and Refugee Settlement in Canada: Trends in Federal Funding 

    Braun, Jennifer; Clément, Dominique (2019-08)
    This report is the product of a collaboration between the University of Alberta, the Edmonton Mennonite Centre for Newcomers (EMCN) and the Alberta Association of Immigrant Serving Agencies (AAISA). It is a comparative ...
  • Immigration and Refugee Settlement in Canada: Trends in Public Funding 

    Braun, Jennifer; Clément, Dominique (2018-09)
    This report is the product of a collaboration between the University of Alberta and the Affiliation of Multicultural Societies and Service Agencies of BC (AMSSA). It is a comparative study of provincial funding programs ...
  • The Impacts of Literacy and Numeracy on Earnings: Do Admission Categories Matter? 

    Mueller, Richard; Truong, Khuong (CYRRC, 2019-10)
    We explore differences in literacy and numeracy skills, and the economic returns to these skills for immigrants to Canada in different admission classes, and their Canadian-born counterparts. Respondents are categorized ...
  • Refugee Youth in Western Canadian Cities: Perceptions of, Identification with, and Attachment to Canada 

    Garcea, Joseph; Aquino, Adrian; Demerais, Brigette (CYRRC, 2019-11)
    The central purpose of this research project is to shed light on the perceptions of, identification with, and affinity to Canada among refugee youth based on an online survey involving a non-randomized sample of self-selected ...
  • Refugees in Canada and Germany: From Research to Policies and Practice 

    Korntheuer, Annette; Pritchard, Paul; Maehler, Débora B.; Wilkinson, Lori (GESIS – Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences, 2020)
    This edited collection offers an in-depth look at the reactions of Germany and Canada - two countries that have responded to the 21st century ‘age of displacement’ in very different ways - and the creative solutions and ...
  • A Reply to Geoffrey Greif 

    Ungar, Michael (2003-06)
    Replies to Geoffrey L. Greif's (2003) critique of the author's (2002) deeper ecological approach toward conducting social work. Greif's perception of Carol Meyer's & Edgar Auerswald's work as important for associating ...
  • School and community resources in the social-emotional and academic adjustment of refugee children, report 

    Guhn, Martin; Gagne, Monique; Gadermann, Anne; Emerson, Scott; Gill, Randip (CYRRC, 2019-11)
    Refugee children are thought to face multiple, intersecting challenges, associated with pre-migration trauma and post-migration adaptation struggles. Perhaps due to this, much of the research pertaining to refugee well-being ...
  • When caring is not enough: Emotional labor and youth shelter workers 

    Karabanow, J. (1999-09)
    Organizations often dictate how their employees should behave through explicit rules and structures. In addition, sociologists and organizational theorists suggest that organizations invest energy, time, and money into ...
  • Youth Engagement in Ethnocultural Organizations in Winnipeg 

    Bucklaschuk, Jill; Gobin, Janelle; Silvius, Ray (2019-02)
    This report supplements a previous report, "Ethnocultural Community Organizations in Winnipeg: A Legacy Document", that was written in 2018. Collectively, the two documents explore the role of ethnocultural community groups ...
  • Youth Newcomers’ Educational Resistance 

    Nakhaie, Reza (2019)
    Refugees who come to Canada have a relatively lower level of education when compared to the independent immigrants. Among all newcomers to Canada, refugee youth have the lowest educational attainment. Often, educational ...