Refuge
Canada's Journal on Refugees

Volume 35, numéro 2, 2019 Refugee Sponsorship: Lessons learned, ways forward Sous la direction de Johanna REYNOLDS et Christina CLARK-KAZAK

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Introduction

  1. Introduction: Special Issue on Private Sponsorship in Canada

Articles

  1. A Reflexive View of Refugee Integration and Inclusion: A Case Study of the Mennonite Central Committee and the Private Sponsorship of Refugees Program
  2. (Mis)trusted Contact: Resettlement Knowledge Assets and the Third Space of Refugee Reception
  3. What Role Does Type of Sponsorship Play in Early Integration Outcomes? Syrian Refugees Resettled in Six Canadian Cities
  4. “We Feel Like We’re Home”: The Resettlement and Integration of Syrian Refugees in Smaller and Rural Canadian Communities
  5. How Do Sponsors Think about "Month 13"?
  6. Fostering Better Integration Through Youth-Led Refugee Sponsorship
  7. Resettling Refugees through Community Sponsorship: A Revolutionary Operational Approach Built on Traditional Legal Infrastructure
  8. Australia’s Private Refugee Sponsorship Program: Creating Complementary Pathways Or Privatising Humanitarianism?

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