(A Eight-year Internationally collaborative, a multilateral partnership project with Universities in Kurdistan)
“War and forced migration in the Middle East”.
(A Eight-year Internationally collaborative, multilateral partnership project)
Team from DES include Professor L. A. Visano and Professor M. A. Jacobs.
Phase 1) assessing the life conditions of refugees and Internally Displace People (IDP) within the Iraqi Kurdistan camps and shelters. In this part, the quality of life indicators, the indicators of a dignified and just-able life condition are going to be evaluated, while the effect of services provided to the migrants and refugees within the camps also will be investigated.
Phase 2) Canadian refugees and immigrants originated from the Middle East including Iraq would be analysed for their life conditions and how their resettlement is being experienced after fleeing from their homes and shelters. Has the new sanctuary been able to provide relief from the trauma or has added new suffering to their lived experience
Year Project Started:
(e.g type 1000 for 1,000)