2020 Annual Report CYRRC

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Summer Camps Help Refugee Children Integrate

Language Learning & Syrian Refugee Preschoolers

Mathematics & Syrian Refugee Children

Syrian Refugee Integration

Thomas Soehl and colleagues began a five-year exploration of the integration trajectories of Syrian refugees, starting in 2019. This study aims to understand the challenges Syrian refugees face and the resources they mobilize in their integration journeys, while paying particular attention to the interplay between institutional, social, and organizational experiences; family dynamics; social networks; pre-migration experiences; home country and diaspora connections; and private and public sponsorships.

Literacy: Syrian Children in Canada & Germany

Documentary: Syrian Refugee Children’s Memories

Mehrunnisa Ali and colleagues engaged 13 Syrian refugee children to create their autobiographies based on memories of their lives in Syria, Lebanon/Jordan, and Canada. This short video documentary showcases how the children remembered fear, violence, and uncertainty, but also joy, friendship, excitement, and wonder.

Language, Literacy & Wellbeing in Syrian Children

Documentary: Syrian Refugee Children’s Memories

Mehrunnisa Ali and colleagues engaged 13 Syrian refugee children to create their autobiographies based on memories of their lives in Syria, Lebanon/Jordan, and Canada. This short video documentary showcases how the children remembered fear, violence, and uncertainty, but also joy, friendship, excitement, and wonder.

Syrians in Canadian & German Media