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The Role of Churches in Immigrant Settlement and Integration
National Research Findings
The summary report provides a brief (5-page) overview of the main findings from across the country, both from the local site research as well as the national-level reports.
The national denominational survey includes aggregated data from 38 diverse Canadian church denominations that responded to questions pertaining to how and why Canadian churches are working with immigrants and refugees.
The key informant interview report reflects on 18 conversations with various denominational, interdenominational and nondenominational leaders from across the country. These interviews provide both on-the-ground and bigger-picture perspectives on the roles that churches can play in helping immigrants and refugees settle and integrate in Canadian society.
The literature review summary provides a brief overview of what is found in the annotated bibliography (below). It highlights the breadth of available literature pertaining to the role of Canadian churches in immigrant settlement and integration.
The annotated bibliography consists of literature from over 90 sources (including mainstream books, academic articles and blogs) related to the topic of the role of churches in immigrant settlement and integration.
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Formerly Centre for Research and Education in Human Services (CREHS)