On Thursday, November 2, 2017, the Centre for Research on Health Equity and Social Inclusion hosted a special update and overview of past, current, and upcoming activities. This stakeholder, leadership, and community event that provided a broad overview of CRHESI projects for researchers, academics, and community leaders in the CRHESI network. If you missed the event, listen to the presentations here on the podcast.
Welcome – Helene Berman and Steve Goodine
Refugee Housing Study – Abe Oudshoorn
Narrative mobilization for policy change – Marlene Janzen Le Ber
On Monday, September 11, a panel of community members gathered at London Public Library to discuss the dark side of the lived experience of multiculturalism. This podcast episode features Raghad El Niwairi, Marie Fiedler, Leroy Hibbert, Jasmine Jasani, Tanaz Javan, and Heenal Rajani in conversation with James Shelley.
Canada is a nation that has multiculturalism baked into its legislative framework, and we are actively encourage, especially at a national level, to celebrate multiculturalism as a key feature of ‘Canadian identity’… But do we collectively ask the right questions? What are the negative impacts or side effects of multiculturalism?
Who defines the parameters for what counts as a cultural identity? And who is then forced to fit inside the box?