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CERIS organizes seminars, workshops, and panel discussions that promote the sharing of new research findings, policy initiatives, and service innovations. Check the events calendar to learn more about our upcoming events.
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CERIS cordially invites you to a panel discussion on the state of services for immigrant women, youth, and seniors in Canada. While these groups are generally considered vulnerable to prolonged economic marginalization and social exclusion, the findings of a CERIS knowledge synthesis identify gaps in services and strategies to improve access to services. In this panel discussion, our researchers will share insights into research with immigrant women, youth, and seniors and invite discussants and participants to exchange ideas for policy and service innovation to better support the settlement of all immigrants.
Rupaleem Bhuyan – University of Toronto
“Identifying Structural Barriers to Improve Settlement Outcomes for Vulnerable Groups of Immigrant Women”
John Shields – Ryerson University
“Immigrant Youth in Canada: A Literature Review of Migrant Youth Settlement and Service Issues”
Nancy Mandell – York University
“Recent Canadian Immigrant Seniors: A Literature Review of Settlement Experiences and Services”
Stephanie Miller – Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
Moy Wong-Tam – Centre for Immigrant and Community Services
Vera Dodic – City of Toronto Newcomer Office
This event is free and open to the public. The building is wheelchair accessible. Refreshments will be served.