by Maria Ikonen in Gatineau, Quebec Settlement workers seeking opportunities to upgrade their knowledge and exchange ideas about tackling the challenges faced by refugees, will…View More Summer Course Tackles Complexities of Forced Migration
by Aziza Hirsi in Toronto After months of intense negotiations, Iran and the five permanent members of the United Nations (the United States, China, France,…View More Diaspora Sees Return of Hope Over Iran Deal
by Corinne Cécilia Bilingualism is arguably what sets Canada apart from the rest of North America – it has historically been the strength of our…View More Bilingualism: A Canadian Advantage
by Thamina Jaferi (@ThaminaJaferi) in Toronto An alarming idea has recently been circulating in human resources circles in Canada: when it comes to competing human…View More No Hierarchy of Human Rights
by Albertos Polizogopoulos There has been much talk about York University’s decision to accommodate the religion-based request of a male online student to not engage…View More It’s not about sex — it’s about the law
by Andrew Griffith In any discussion about multiculturalism, pluralism or interculturalism, the question of balance between integration, or “fitting in” to the mainstream, and accommodation,…View More Reasonable Accommodation: What is Reasonable?
Dr. Vivienne Poy’s Passage to Promise Land: Voices of Chinese Immigrant Women to Canada was launched at York University in Toronto recently. The retired Senator…View More Vivienne Poy Book Launch