Postdoctoral Researcher and Project Manager for the Montreal BMRC-IRMU network
Alexandra Charette is a postdoctoral research fellow at the School of Community and Public Affairs, Concordia University, in Montreal. She holds a PhD in Political Science from the University of Ottawa. She is interested in citizenship issues and the governance of immigration at the city level. She is involved in a research project examining the interactions between government and civil society in the development and implementation of newcomer settlement and integration policies and programs in Quebec. She also conducts research on immigrants’ and refugees’ relationship to citizenship.
She has collaborated in various studies on immigrant settlement and access to housing for immigrants and other newcomers across Canada.
- Charette, A. (April 2020). Research Digest on Exploring the Relationship to Citizenship for Immigrant Women : A Look at Civic, Political and Economic Participation- English version
- Charette, A. (April 2020). Un résumé de recherche sur Étudier le rapport à la citoyenneté des femmes immigrantes : Un regard sur la participation civique, politique et économique- French version