Join us on June 29, 2016. The Muslim Resource Centre for Social Support and Integration, the CRHESI, and the Centre for Research & Education on Violence against Women & Children invite you to a community of practice conversation regarding the challenges and opportunities in work to end domestic violence in the context of migration. This free forum will provide:
- A comprehensive description of current policy & evidence contexts.
- Fresh discussion of approaches to responding to family violence in our newcomer communities.
- Increased sense of community engagement, including a clear vision of the community of practice and their distinct/shared areas of work.
The day will consider macro- and micro-level questions and contexts, including evidence & research needs, and policy perspectives in the field. International and national perspectives will include an overview of gendered migration and immigrant family integration. Please register here.