Migrant Women Learning And Teaching Through Participatory Photography

In this article, two studies that involved participatory photography with women in Nova Scotia who had recently immigrated to Canada (“Refugees Learning and Storytelling through Participatory Photography” (2013–2015), and “Refugees/ Immigrants and Refugee Claimants: Negotiating Place and Perceptions” (2015–2017)) were discussed. Using a feminist theoretical perspective, the participants’ photographs and transcripts of meetings to identify […]

Policies Supporting Informal Caregivers across Canada

The elderly population of Canada is soaring, and the Government is trying to ameliorate the policies and the conditions of the field, as in the past the sector was neglected. Care workers appear to experience anxiety, burnout, social exclusion, lack of education, low wages or provide unpaid voluntary services. Developed countries have taken policies to […]