Finding refuge in Canada : narratives of dislocation / edited by George Melnyk & Christina Parker.

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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Melnyk, George (Editor), Parker, Christina (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: Edmonton, AB : AU Press, [2021]
Series:Global peace studies series.
Online Access:Click for online access
Table of Contents:
  • Refugees and Canada: Contemporary Issues and Real Stories / George Melnyk and Christina Parker
  • Part One. Coming to Canada.
  • Once a Refugee, Always a Refugee / George Melnyk
  • The Best Place on Earth / Victor Porter
  • From Scars to Stars / Flora Terah
  • Fleeing The Gambia / Matida Daffeh
  • From LGBTQ+ Activist to Refugee / Boban Stojanović.
  • Part Two. Canada Responds.
  • The Ugandan Asian Expulsion, 1972: A Personal Memoir / Michael Molloy
  • Reflecting on the Role of the Mennonite Central Committee in Advocating for Refugees / William Janzen
  • Operation Lifeline / Howard Adelman
  • Sponsoring a Syrian Refugee Family / Katharine Lake Berz and Julia Holland
  • Finding Welcome off the Refugee Highway / Shelley Campagnola
  • My Experience as a Refugee and Settlement Worker / Eusebio Garcia.
  • Part Three. The Struggle for Inclusion
  • From Chilean Refugee to Canadian Citizen / Pablo Policzer, with an illustrated account by Adam Policzer and Irene Policzer
  • Floating to the Lure of the Promised Land: Tamil Refugees in Canada / Cyrus Sundar Singh
  • Refugee Children in Canadian Schools: The Role of Teachers in Supporting Integration and Inclusion / Christina Parker - What We Know, What We Hope: An Afterword / George Melnyk and Christina Parker.