MULTICULTURALISM

How might we improve immigrant inclusion in the community?

Term: Spring 2020
Department: Sociology
Course: SOC 340 (Migration and Displacement)
Instructor: Sean Ashley
Staff contact: Heather Evans (City of North Vancouver)
Community Partner: Olivia Bornik (North Shore Immigrant Inclusion Partnership)

The North Shore Immigrant Inclusion Partnership (NSIIP) is a coalition of 35+ community agencies and institutions focused on improving the settlement outcomes of new immigrants. Students worked in groups to conduct research and provide recommendations on questions related to immigrant inclusion as posed by our partners.

Project showcased at HUBBUB #2

Conversations in the Snow
An initiative designed to build community, capacity and language skills while acquainting newcomers with the natural landscape.

Team members:
Freya Wasteneys – 4th year, Bachelor of Communication
Megan Amato – 4th year, Bachelor of Arts with a Major in Liberal Studies
Charles Lane – 4th year, Bachelor of Business Administration, Concentration in Marketing
Jacob Jordan – 3rd year, Bachelor of Business Administration, Concentration in Marketing
Tom Weiler – 4th year, Bachelor of Business Administration, Concentration in HR
Sofia Mondragon – 2nd year, Associate of Arts in Psychology