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Canada's Settlement sector Post-pensdemic

What is the future of the settlement sector after COVID-19?COVID-19 is reshaping the immigrant settlement sector. How should the sector takeadvantage of its experiences to enhance services especially for vulnerable clients,improve working conditions and ensure the sector’s sustainability. This study aims toinform the future of the settlement sector by: describing in detail how service provision […]

COVID-19: Challenges and Resilience of International Students and Local Institutions in Canada's Medium-Sized Cities: A Case Study of Greater Sudbury,

Partnership Engagement Grant on COVID-19: Challenges and Resilienceof International Students and LocalInstitutions in Canada's Medium-SizedCities:  A Case Study of Greater Sudbury,   - We are pleased to announce that  Prof. Sutama Ghosh is leading this work in collaboration with Mr. Sohail Shahidnia and Sudbury Local Immigration Partnership as the community partner. For more information and to take […]

Covid-19 Working Through the Pandemic - The Experience of Immigrant Women

Partnership Engagement Grant on COVID-19: Working Through the Pandemic - The Experience of Immigrant Women - We are pleased to announce that  Prof. Christina Gabriel is leading this work in collaboration with Prof. Luisa Veronis and Ottawa Local Immigration Partnership as the community partner. For more information and to take a listen about this project, please click […]

Sustainable and Inclusive Internationalization Virtual Conference- January 2021

International Virtual Conference 20–22 January 2021 York University is hosting the Sustainable and Inclusive Internationalization Virtual Conference, co-organized by York International, the UNESCO Chair in Reorienting Education Towards Sustainability and international partners, from January 20th to 22nd, 2021. The Conference will bring together scholars, international mobility professionals and practitioners, policy makers, sustainability experts and other […]

John Shields-Update September 2019

John has been teaching at Ryerson for some 31 years and is a past Director of CERIS, has served as an Interim Director of the Ryerson Centre for Immigration and Settlement, and was Managing Editor of the Journal of International Migration and Integration (2009-2012). He is currently Board Chair of ACCES Employment, a non-profit employment […]

The neighborhood study: Update September 2019

Project summary and updates September 2019 Prepared by Luisa Veronis, Ottawa-Gatineau The role of neighbourhood context in shaping migrant resilience: a comparative study of three neighbourhoods in Ottawa-Gatineau What is the objective of this project? The aim of this qualitative study is to examine the role of neighbourhoods in shaping migrants' resilience. In particular, the […]

New Members of the Partnership

Dr. Michael Haan Dr. Michael Haan, Canada Research Chair in Migration & Ethnic Relations, Academic Director of the Statistics Canada Research Centre, and Director of the Collaborative Program in Migration and Ethnic Relations at Western University is a sociologist who uses ‘big data’ to study some of Canada’s most important social issues. He has extensive […]

Leadership update-September 2019

Hi Everyone, September brings the beginning of the school year when the pace of activity suddenly accelerates. This is also true for the partnership. Please SAVE THE DATE for the next partnership meeting that is tentatively planned for January 23, 2019 in Windsor. We anticipate that members of working groups and research projects can meet […]

May 2019 PI update

I know everyone joins me in welcoming Chedly Belkhodja, our colleague and co-investigator, who has returned from leave; you can put his email back in your address book. I also want to welcome Paul Bachellerie whom many of you met at the Kitchener-Waterloo meeting. Joining us from École Nationale des Travaux Publics de l'État at […]