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News and Updates. June 05, 2019- issue # 24 Home: Visit Website Phone: +1 (416) 736-2100 Ext 20544
 
 
Migration and resilience in urban Canada-Immigration et résilience en milieu urbain
 
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Hi Everyone,
As summer begins, partnership members are also very busy presenting their research at many different venues including CARFMS, the Canadian Association for Refugee and Force Migration Studies, ACFAS, Association francophone pour le savoir and the International Metropolis meetings in Ottawa between June 24 and 28, 2019. Check the conference website for information about our colleagues’ sessions. Also, please look below for information about the partnership’s exciting KM activities.
I am very happy to welcome Annick Germain, an urban sociologist at INRS-UCS who is well known for her ground-breaking research about social mix, urban planning and diversity and immigrant integration in contemporary cities, especially in Quebec. And now to the bittersweet news! I am thrilled to announce that Carla Angulo-Pasel will begin a tenure stream appointment as an Assistant Professor at the University of Texas, Rio Grande in the fall. Even in the short time that she has been involved in the partnership, her contributions have been critical. We owe much of the success of the April partnership meeting to Carla’s hard work. It is even harder to tell you that Adnan Turegun is resigning as Director of CERIS and leaving the partnership in August. It is impossible to overstate his contributions to BMRC-IRMU, an initiative that he began. Adnan will be greatly missed. On behalf of everyone, I want to thank him for his support and involvement. I know everyone joins me in wishing Carla and Adnan all the very best in their future endeavors.
Cheers
Valerie
Knowledge Mobilization News
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What is resilience and what can we learn from the literature about it?
Marshia Akbar and Anna Goudet developed two separate reports from a literature review on the concept of resilience.

The first report (fr), written by Anna Goudet and edited by the KM officer, looks at what we can learn from the French language literature on the concept of resilience. We invite you to share it with your network.
The concept of resilience, from the literature in French.
The second report(en), written by Marshia Akbar looks at what the literature in English can tell us about the concept of resilience. You are also invited to share it with your network.
The concept of resilience from the literature in English.

imageDid you miss our public event in Kitchener-Waterloo?
Videos of the presentations from all the speakers are now available here.








imageDid you know that you can learn more on immigrants' admission trends in your city networks?
The KM officer developed a web page that includes interactive graphs presenting data from the 2016 census on immigrants' admissions trends. If you would like to know what the trends of immigrants' admission in your city network have been in the last 40 years click here.

Kindly note that a new infographic based on this data will soon be published.

Have you heard of the Vivons nos Quartiers project?
The KM officer facilitated the translation of the Vivons Nos Quartiers research digest from French to English. If you would like to learn more about this project click here.

Partnership News-Nouvelles du partenariat

Steering Committee News
At its last meeting, the Steering Committee agreed on the terms for the April call for templates. Changes include a provision for additional graduate student support, agreement that the April call for templates includes small projects requesting no more than $25,000 and large projects that meet specific criteria, and a decision that the last call for templates will take place in the fall and include only small projects. See the information here. Minor clarifications and revisions to the Travel Policy were also approved and the revised policy is available in the dropbox here. Finally, the committee heard news about the partnership’s participation in the International Metropolis Meeting. The next steering committee meeting will take place on Wednesday, June 12, from 3:30-4:30pm.
Announcements
Welcoming Ottawa Week (WOW) 2019
WOW is an annual, week-long series of dialogues, cultural and celebratory events, sports activities, documentary screenings, and other fun events designed to convey the genuine welcome and hospitality of Ottawa to newcomers. It provides opportunities for quality interactions among residents, long-term and new.

Click here for more information.

York faculty, students contribute to new volume on international students in Canada
The authors investigate the connections between students and institutions. Like other migrant groups, student mobility is a form of social mobility, and one that requires access from a host state. But there are multiple institutions with which students interact and that influence the processes of social mobility. The collection features work by key scholars in the field that explores how international students and their families fare in local ethnic communities, educational and professional institutions, and the labour market. More information is available here.

BMRC-IRMU in the news
Do not miss this Radio Canada article(fr) featuring Luisa Veronis.
Other Important Information-Autre Information Importante

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For more information about this newsletter:

Naolo Charles
Knowledge Mobilization Officer
Building Migration Resilience in Cities Partnership

Hours: Monday afternoon, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday afternoon

York University
4700 Keele St.
Kaneff Tower, 803
Toronto, ON M3J 1P3
416-736-2100 Ext 20544
naolo@yorku.ca
 
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