LESSONS IN REFUGEE RESETTLEMENT 

With so many people fleeing their countries in the face of violence, aggression and conflict, the question of how to resettle people successfully in their new homelands has become more important than ever before.

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Researcher Julie Drolet has studied resilience in the face of disaster, as well as fostering welcoming communities that promote the economic, social and civic integration of migrants and minorities in Canada. Join her webinar to learn more about strategies that contribute to the successful resettlement of refugees in a new country.

ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Julie Drolet is an associate professor in the Faculty of Social Work's Central and Northern Alberta Region campus in Edmonton. She is principal investigator of the Alberta Resilient Communities Project: Engaging Children and Youth in Community Resilience Post-Flood in Southern Alberta and Rebuilding Lives Post-Disaster: Innovative Community Practices for Sustainable Development.

Julie is co-investigator in Pathways to Prosperity, a research alliance dedicated to fostering welcoming communities that promote the economic, social and civic integration of migrants and minorities in Canada. 

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Lessons in refugee resettlement

Recorded on January  17, 2017

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