Integration-Net for the settlement community
Integration-Net for the settlement community <www.integration-net.ca>, is a Canadian bilingual website hosted by the Centre for International Migration and Settlement Studies at Carleton University and funded by Citizenship and Immigration Canada. The website serves as a communications, information, and research tool to support the work of the Canadian settlement community.
Migration as preservation and loss: The paradox of transnational living for Low German Mennonite women
AbstractThroughout history, Low German Mennonites have executed collective migrations to preserve their religious integrity. Their contemporary migrations to North America are not collective orchurch-sanctioned, but economically-motivated. This paper explores the intertwined processes of gender and religion in transnational social spaces through the destination experiences ofMennonite women in Canada. The paradoxes of the transnational social field, … Continue reading Migration as preservation and loss: The paradox of transnational living for Low German Mennonite women
Looking Back and Building Futures: Former Refugees Views on Settling in New Zealand
The ‘Quota Refugees Ten Years On: Perspectives on Integration, Community and Identity’ programme of research aims to build a platform of knowledge and understanding about integration, community and identity for former refugees who arrived in New Zealand ten or more years ago through the refugee quota category. The research involves a multi-method approach, including a … Continue reading Looking Back and Building Futures: Former Refugees Views on Settling in New Zealand