This partnership grant meeting will include a keynote presentation by Michael Ungar on October 26.
Michael Ungar is a researcher in the field of social and psychological resilience and the Principal Investigator for the Resilience Research Centre at Dalhousie University.
The main event will start on October 26 at 3:30 PM with registration starting at 3:00 PM.
Community members who are interested in attending the morning activities are invited to join us at 9:15 AM with registration starting at 08:45 AM.
The main event will include:
Keynote Speech by Dr. Michael Ungar, Dalhousie University.
In this presentation, Dr. Ungar will use examples from his clinical practice and research collaborations on six continents to explore the factors that contribute to the resilience of refugee children, youth and families. His work suggests the need for an ecological, culturally sensitive interpretation of what resilience means to young people who must cope with social and political unrest, marginalization and racism. His work challenges us to think about resilience as something nurtured by schools, families and communities rather than something inside individual children.
Perspectives on Resilience in Practice-Panel Discussion with:
Nimo Bokore, Carleton University
Irène Cloutier,Bureau de la résilience de la Ville de Montréal
Hindia Mohamoud, Ottawa Local Immigration Partnership
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