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Real Stories: Understanding How Canada Deals with Refugees


Emilie Coyle, Lawyer, Weldon McInnis

The ideals that helped to shape Canada's once-celebrated refugee policies have been gradually dismantled according to Coyle, who has extensive experience in community development with refugees from Somalia, Bosnia, and Rwanda amongst others. What do we want from Canada's refugee policies? How do we get there? Coyle shares real life stories to help us understand current realities, and the opportunities and challenges within existing policies.

October 22, 2015, 12pm - 1:00pm
Light Lunch Provided
CCEPA, 630 Francklyn Street
Atlantic School of Theology Campus

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