11th National Metropolis Conference Workshop Presentations - Saturday Sessions

Block C Sessions, Saturday March 21, 2009

Block C Sessions.pdf

WORKSHOPS

C1 The Settlement and Integration of African Refugees in Canada
C2 Local Integration and Social Inclusion Workshop
C3 Emerging Aspects and Issues of Integration
C4 Beyond Resettlement: Issues, Strategies and Responsiveness in Prairie Cities
C5 Temporary Worker Programs and Citizenship in Canada (Part 2): Permanently Temporary vs. Transitions to Permanence (Video)
C6 Children and Youth of Immigrant Families
C7 New Students, New Citizens: African Students in Edmonton and Winnipeg
C8 Welcoming Communities: Ethnoracial Diversity, 'Hunkering Down,' Social Capital
C9 Conducting Sensitive Research on Justice, Policing and Security
C10 L'intégration et l'engagement citoyen des immigrants en MFM
C11 Immigration and Diversity Policies in the Universities
C12 Paths Taken: Women of Colour Narrating the Tensions of Citizenship
C13 Integration and Inclusion across Canada: British Columbia and Manitoba
C14 NGO-Government Relations and Community Development to Civic Engagement
C15 Gang Research and Program Development in the Canadian Context
C16 Immigrant Access to the Regulated Professions in the New Economy
C17 Foreign Brides and Family Integration from Fort St. John to Halifax
C18 The Social Economy and Successful Integration (Video)
C19 Canada's Provincial Nominee Program: Outcomes and Challenges
C20 Mental Health of Immigrants & Refugees: Research, Practice & Policy Implications
C21 Senior Immigrants: Frontiers of Canadian Migration

 

Block D Sessions, Saturday March 21, 2009

Block D Sessions.pdf

WORKSHOPS

D1 The Settlement and Integration of African Refugees in Canada
D2 Racialization and Discrimination: Impact on Economic Outcomes and Human Rights
D3 Emerging Aspects and Issues of Integration
D4 Beyond Resettlement: Issues, Strategies and Responsiveness in Prairie Cities
D5 Temporary Worker Programs and Citizenship in Canada (Part 2): Permanently Temporary vs. Transitions to Permanence
D6 Teaching and Diversity: Education, Immigration, and Multiculturalism
D7 Integration and Inclusion across Canada: New Brunswick and PEI
D8 Calgary: Issues and Opportunities for Newcomers
D9 The Integration of Canadian Institutions into the Realities of Diversity
D10 L'intégration et l'engagement citoyen des immigrants en MFM
D11 Immigration and Diversity Policies in the Universities
D12 La gouvernance des minorités: Approche axée sur les pratiques exemplaires
D13 Six Years Post-IRPA: Changing our Approach to Refugee Settlement & Integration
D14 NGO-Government Relations and Community Development to Civic Engagement
D15 Community Collaboration and Accessing Statistical Data on Immigrant Employment
D16 Immigrant Access to the Regulated Professions in the New Economy
D17 Foreign Brides and Family Integration from Fort St. John to Halifax
D18 The Social Economy and Successful Integration
D19 Canada's Provincial Nominee Program: Outcomes and Challenges
D20 Mental Health of Immigrants & Refugees: Research, Practice & Policy Implications
D21 Senior Immigrants: Frontiers of Canadian Migration

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