Supporting Refugee and Immigrant Children: Building Bridges Programme of the International Children's Institute in Canada and Overseas
AbstractThis article highlights factors concerning refugee school-aged children and their caregivers both in Canada and overseas. This article documents the impact of the International Children's Institute's Building Bridges programme, which has received validation from both qualitative and quantitative studies. It concludes with implications for authentic programmes which combine education, health and NGO (non-governmental organization) sector partnerships.
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