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Nelson Graham

Nelson Graham

By BSIA August 18, 2021
December 7 @ 10:35 am

Nelson Graham is a PhD student in Global Governance at the Balsillie School of International Affairs through Wilfrid Laurier University. His research focuses on the opportunities and barriers that immigrants, specifically entrepreneurs, face in small to medium sized Canadian cities. In addition, he is interested in how opportunities, integration, and retention experiences differ between immigrant entrepreneurs […]

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Students

By BSIA November 9, 2021
December 7 @ 10:35 am

STUDENTS PhD in Global Governance Master of International Public Policy Master of Arts in Global Governance PhD in GLOBAL GOVERNANCE Farah Afzal Melsen Babe Sandra Biskupovic Roger Boyd Emel Seven Bozcam Leah Rachelle Alvares Cabral Carleigh Cartmell Deon Castello Nisar Azmat Chattha Julie Clark Felicia Clement Kristen Csenkey Clay Dasilva Aaron T. Francis Lana Gonzalez […]

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Migration, Mobilities and Social Politics

By BSIA November 9, 2021
December 7 @ 10:35 am

The Migration, Mobility and Social Politics (MMSP) Cluster includes researchers from a range of disciplines including communication studies, geography, political science, and sociology.  The cluster undertakes to critically examine contemporary challenges in the governance of migration and ‘the social’. The MMSP cluster is anchored around the following core priority areas: human rights and citizenship, global […]

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By BSIA August 18, 2021
December 7 @ 10:35 am
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Human Security is Dead; Long Live Human Security

By Joanne September 25, 2019
October 15, 2019 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Featuring: Gregory MacCallion

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Media Archive

By BSIA November 9, 2021
December 7 @ 10:35 am

Migration, Mobilities, and Social Politics Media Archive Displacements: Conversations on Migration, An IMRC Podcast Series. Episode 2: Conversation with the author: Kim Rygiel, “Fostering Pluralism through Solidarity Activism in Europe” Coronavirus: Canada stigmatizes, jeopardizes essential migrant workers by Jenna Hennebry, C. Susana Caxaj, Janet McLaughlin and Stephanie Mayell Community Psychology in Global Perspective – Special Issue: Migrant resistance and acts […]

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BSIA ANNUAL REPORT 2020-2021 – FINAL

By Joanne February 4, 2022
December 7 @ 10:35 am
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By BSIA August 28, 2021
December 7 @ 10:35 am
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Graduate Fellows Anthology 2022_FINAL

By Joanne January 10, 2022
December 7 @ 10:35 am
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By BSIA September 1, 2021
December 7 @ 10:35 am
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