Social impacts of the securitized arrival experiences of in-Canada refugee claimants

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This multi-sited research included qualitative interviews with 19 in-Canada refugee claimants declared convention refugees under the new (since Dec 1, 2012) immigration legislation. The research sought to answer two questions: (i) What are the effects of the securitization of migration policies insofar as success in integration and feelings of trust and belonging; and (ii) Are there unintended policy consequences of rapidly changing securitized migration policies?

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PUBLISHED IN 2016

TSAS WP16-09

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TSASWP16-09_Osterberg

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