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School and community resources in the social-emotional and academic adjustment of refugee children, report
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 ...
Formation of a Collaborative Interprofessional Primary Healthcare Deprescribing Research Team in Nova Scotia
Study objective: To describe the development of a collaborative interprofessional primary health care deprescribing research team in Nova Scotia. Methods: Initiated by two College of Pharmacy faculty members, a core ...
Refugee Youth in Western Canadian Cities: Perceptions of, Identification with, and Attachment to Canada
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 ...
Why some EU countries are struggling to relocate migrants
(The Conversation, 2019-12-01)
Problematizing the Norms of Fairness Grounding the EU’s Relocation System of Shared Responsibility
(Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies. European University Institute. Firenze, Italy., 2018)
This paper problematizes the logic of the European Union (EU)’s provisional relocation system for internally re-distributing asylum seekers. It argues that the tenets embedded in the current relocation scheme disregard the ...
The collapse of social welfarism is lethal
Playing (with) identity in Canadian classrooms
A 50/50 Ball: The East versus the EU in the Refugee Relocation Game
(Verfassungsblog. On Matters Constitutional., 2017-07-31)
What a “leftist” Brexit gets wrong
(The Conversation, 2019-09-24)
Austerity is to blame for the result of the general election, but so is nationalism
(London School of Economics Brexit Blog, 2019-12-18)