Master’s Theses and Dissertations

“To Know is Not Enough”: A Critical Study of the Provision of Public Legal Education and Information Programming for Migrant Workers and other People with Precarious Migration Status

Temporary foreign workers and other people with precarious migration status employed in low-skills, low-paid occupations are entitled to many of the legal rights of Canadian citizens and permanent residents. However, this sector of the population is constantly experiencing lack of free and reliable information…

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From Cultural Mediation to Intercultural Rapprochement: The Experience of Intercultural Workshops Bringing Together Immigrants Enrolled in Francophonization Processes and Quebecers in the Sainte-Foy CEGEP

This study aims to explore the effects of cultural mediation on intercultural rapprochement, conducted in intercultural workshops operated by education institutions that welcome immigrants as part of the francophonization process. In order to carry out the research,  semi-structured interviews were…

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