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26 March 2021



26 March 2021

Dr Beth Martin

Canadian Association of Social Workers

Canadian Immigration Policies and Family Reunification: Implications for Social Work

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Drawing on the research and professional expertise of the presenters, this webinar will offer an overview of Canadian immigration policy; followed by a discussion of the effects of these regulations upon the lives of migrants separated from their family members.

Drs. Martin and Redmond next explore the challenges and opportunities associated with social work with separated families and close by detailing how social workers can work towards the social justice aim of all families being able to live together.

The webinar will cover some of the following about Family Reunification:
– Introduce participants to Canadian family reunification policies
– Highlight the policies’ effects upon migrant clients
– Explore social work’s role in immigration social policy development
– Offer avenues for addressing social justice challenges and barriers faced by migrant families

26 March 2021

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26 Mar 2021



26 March 2021

Dr Beth Martin

Dr Melissa Redmond

Carleton University

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