Tag Archives: CERIS

  1. Precarious Migration in Canada and the ‘Ideal Migrant’

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    October 14, 2014 by ceris

    As in many industrialized nations, immigration policy in Canada has increasingly been showing a strong preference for the permanent settlement …
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  2. What we can no longer do and who we can no longer be

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    September 12, 2014 by ceris

    Recent policy on removing the ‘Canadian experience’ barrier and some very successful initiatives by organizations such as the Toronto Region …
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  3. Recommendations to Facilitate the Post-Secondary Pathways of Filipino Youth

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    August 14, 2014 by ceris

    “Despite being the most educated group in the first generation, Filipino youth go through university in fewer numbers, and in …
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  4. The European Court of Human Rights Supports Narrow Definitions of National Belonging

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    July 15, 2014 by ceris

    Immediately after France passed its 2010 ban on face coverings in the public sphere, a young woman, known by her …
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  5. Immigrant Youth and Homelessness in Finland: Challenges for the Multicultural Society

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    May 1, 2014 by ceris

    Finland’s Strategy to End Long-term Homelessness Long-term homelessness has fallen dramatically in the past twenty years in Finland. The government …
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