RESEARCH ADVOCACY PROJECT DEVELOPMENT
We are committed to creative problem-solving about migration, human rights, democracy, and gender issues. Our multidisciplinary approach respects, supports, and promotes dialogue among different groups.
By directly involving affected communities, our grounded research produces feasible, progressive, and robust strategies for change.
We identify, analyze, and report on challenges preventing the implementation of good migration governance. In order to develop best practices from a legal perspective, we consult with decision-makers, frontline workers, and academics, as well as people with lived experiences of migration. We have expertise in migration enforcement at home and abroad; alternative modes of enforcement; procedural justice for refugees and asylum seekers; and gender guidelines for working with newcomers.
How we work:
- Multidisciplinary Approaches
- Feminist and Anti-Oppression Commitments
- Community-Based Research Practices and Advocacy
- Seminars, Teaching, and Training
- Improving Migration Governance
- Human Rights Law and Practices
- Community Education and Knowledge Sharing
- Cross Cultural Canadian and International Experience