This report is released by the University of Calgary – School of Public Policy.
“This is the second report in the Social Policy Trends series to investigate the impact of social agencies on the economic and social inclusion of newcomers to Canada. In the June report, we covered the role of career planning, coaching, and mentorship services in the economic success of immigrants to Canada. In this report, we focus specifically on refugees, who come to Canada fleeing persecution and war in their home countries.”
“Interventions that provide social and financial capital can help refugees and protected persons achieve significantly higher incomes in Canada.”
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