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Syrian refugee resettlement

December 17, 2015

The fol­low­ing is a list of Uni­ver­si­ty of Toron­to experts who can com­ment on a vari­ety of issues relat­ed to the Syr­i­an refugee reset­tle­ment in Cana­da.

Anna Baner­ji, Direc­tor of Glob­al and Indige­nous Health in Temer­ty Temer­ty Fac­ul­ty of Med­i­cine
Exper­tise: Health of Syr­i­an refugees, Will tem­po­rary delay improve ser­vice by health care providers
Tel: (416) 978‑8319

Andrea Corti­nois, Assis­tant Pro­fes­sor at the Dal­la Lana School of Pub­lic Health
Exper­tise: Refugee health Issues, glob­al migra­tion and health, health equi­ty in mul­ti­cul­tur­al soci­eties
Tel: (416) 978‑6051

Lin Fang, Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor at the Fac­tor-Inwen­tash Fac­ul­ty of Social Work
Exper­tise: Psy­choso­cial adjust­ment of refugees & immi­grants, new­com­er set­tle­ment ser­vices
Tel: (416) 946‑5084

Ran­dall Hansen, Pro­fes­sor of Polit­i­cal Sci­ence, Cana­da Research Chair in Immi­gra­tion and Gov­er­nance, Munk School of Glob­al Affairs
Exper­tise: Immi­gra­tion & cit­i­zen­ship, demog­ra­phy & pop­u­la­tion pol­i­cy, the effects of war on civil­ians
Tel: (416) 978‑3291

Audrey Mack­lin, Pro­fes­sor in Human Rights Law
Exper­tise: Immi­gra­tion & cit­i­zen­ship law, inter­na­tion­al human rights law
Tel: (647) 403‑5170