Making Unspoken Tears immersed me in the violence of war and the trauma it inflicts on people. I wanted to use the integration of young refugees into Quebec’s school system as a way into this subject.
Posts Tagged “Refugees”
It’s 2017 and we’re meeting Chris Morrissey, the founder of Rainbow Refugee, at an Italian cafe on a Tuesday afternoon in East Vancouver.
Asha Siad, co-director of 19 Days, sat down with Margaret Stycynska, the Manager of Resettlement & Integration Services with the Calgary Catholic Immigration Society. You can read the interview here:...
Mark World Refugee Day with this short doc that follows refugee families through their 19-day welcoming process at a resettlement centre in Calgary.
Jennifer and her brothers have seen more in their short lives than most adults will encounter in a lifetime — armed conflict, forced migration, refugee camps. But the sight of...
A look at the feature film Welcome to Canada which is based on the real story of Tamil refugees found adrift off the coast of Newfoundland in 1986.
A Song for Tibet follows a man and a young woman to Dharamsala, India, home of the current Dalai Lama and the exiled Tibetan government, and back to Montreal, where the Nobel Peace Prize is due for a visit.