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Nida Hashimi

Nida Hashimi

Nida Hashimi graduated recently from York University with a major in kinesiology and health science and a minor in psychology. She is currently working as a research assistant under Prof. […]

Victoria Cassar

Victoria Cassar

Victoria Cassar joins the Dahdaleh Institute as a global health intern. She will be working with Dr. Sapartishi Bandopadhyay to explore the relationship between war, environmental damage/disasters, climate change, and […]

Wajma Soroor, RN, Ba Hons., BScN Hons

Wajma Soroor, RN, Ba Hons., BScN Hons

Wajma Soroor is a graduate student in the Primary Health Care Nurse Practitioners Program and a Registered Nurse. Wajma has used interdisciplinary approaches to use film, theatre, and performing arts as a bridge for and to health education and front-line clinical service. She completed her honours degrees in sociology and communications in addition to nursing science. She is excited to join the Afghan Refugee Health-Related […]

Sarah Khan, BA LLB (Hons.), MA

Sarah Khan, BA LLB (Hons.), MA

Sarah has worked for over 12 years with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) on the international protection of human rights and on refugee and international humanitarian law […]

Student Opportunity: War, environmental damage/disasters, climate change, and forced migration Research Assistant

Student Opportunity: War, environmental damage/disasters, climate change, and forced migration Research Assistant

Job ID: 31383 Application Deadline: Thursday, August 19, 2021 @11:59pm Eligibility Criteria: sfs.yorku.ca/work-study-programs/how-to-apply-for-ray-positions Applications are only accepted through the Career Centre. Go to careers.yorku.ca/online-system/ and search for the posting with […]

New Publication - Normalising the Exceptional: The Use of Temporary Protection in Transit Countries to Externalise Borders and Responsibilities

New Publication - Normalising the Exceptional: The Use of Temporary Protection in Transit Countries to Externalise Borders and Responsibilities

A new research article has been published by Dahdaleh Institute's Research Fellow Rhonda Ferguson and Community Scholar Linn-Biorklund Belliveau. In the paper, Rhonda and Linn take a closer look at […]