Family Children and Youth
  Immigration is a decision that is often taken not simply by an individual but by families.
  Metropolis Liaison:
  TBD
  Priority Leader:
  Anita Gagnon
McGill University
Anita.gagnon@mcgill.ca
  Domain Leaders:
  Anna Kirova
University of Alberta
anna.kirova@ualberta.ca
  Francis Hare
Ryerson University
francis.hare@ryerson.ca
  Fasal Kanouté
Université de Montréal
fasal.kanoute@umontreal.ca
 

** Evangelia Tastsoglou,
Saint Mary's University
evie.tastsoglou@smu.ca

  ** Alexandra Dobrowolsky
Saint Mary's University
adobrowolsky@smu.ca
  ** The Atlantic Metropolis Centre's Gender, Migration and Diversity/ Immigrant Women Research Domain will be focusing their research on the themes within the Family, Children and Youth Policy-Research Priority Area for Phase III
 


Madine VanderPlaat Integration Outcomes for Immigrant Women in Canada: A Review of the Literature 2000-2007.
working_paper.pdf

 

Harvey Krahn and Alison Taylor.  Resilient Teenagers: Explaining the High Educational Aspirations of Visible Minority Immigrant Youth in Canada.
working_paper.pdf

  Jagjeet Kaur Gill. Exploring Issues of Identity among Punjabi-Sikh Youth in Toronto.
working_paper.pdf

 
Global Migration and Education: School, Children and Families
“This book could easily be included in the reading lists for university courses such as a comparative education, educational policy, and immigrant education, and could be a useful resource for teacher education, professionalworkshops, and policy makers.”
—Zvi Bekerman, Hebrew University
More...

 
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Memorandum of understanding
Priority overview & research questions
 


Research report

Lori Wilkinson of the University of Manitoba presented research findings on the school to work transition of newcomer youth that were a result of a research grant awarded from the first cycle of the National Metropolis Research Competition
Complete document,
Presentation

         

 


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