Intersectional Approaches to Understanding Asian Canadian Youth Experiences of Integration and Cultural Identity in Diaspora: A Workshop
What is our goal?
To present research findings and engage in a discussion on interdisciplinary and intersectional approaches to understanding youth identities. During the workshop scholars and graduate students will present on their research findings from across studies with a particular focus on multicultural, immigrant and refugee receiving contexts.
Who might this workshop be of interest to?
Educators, researchers, policy makers, service providers, and youth interested in youth identity, diversity, and inclusion.
Date: Friday 7 September 2018 Location: York University Time: 1:30pm- 4:30pm
*Seats are limited; please RSVP by Wednesday 5 September to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Workshop funded by: York Centre for Asian Research, York University
Organized by: Women’s Health Research Chair in Mental Health Office Faculty of Health, York University http://nkhanlou.info.yorku.ca/
This event was featured in a YFile story on 4 September 2018: http://yfile.news.yorku.ca/2018/09/04/workshop-features-research-on-understanding-asian-canadian-youth-identity/
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***Addendum (added November 2018)***
INTERSECTIONAL APPROACHES TO UNDERSTANDING ASIAN CANADIAN YOUTH EXPERIENCES OF INTEGRATION AND CULTURAL IDENTITY IN DIASPORA
(Download the Workshop Report by clicking HERE)