All posts by mmillard

Borderlines Podcast: How Much Does Immigrating Matter on Which Officer or Judge You Get? with Sean Rehaag

Sean Rehaag is an Associate Professor at Osgoode Hall Law School. His academic research focuses on empirical studies of immigration and refugee law decision-making processes. Sean, Deanna, Peter and Steven discuss his quantitative research which has used large data-sets to study extra-legal factors that influence outcomes in Canadian refugee adjudication. Does immigrating to Canada, getting […]

York researchers partner in $3.5-million refugee study

Four executive committee members of York University’s Centre for Refugee Studies (CRS) are successful co-applicants and collaborators in the Social Science and Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) Partnership Grant, titled “Civil society and the global refugee regime: Understanding and enhancing impact through the implementation of global refugee policy.”  The project’s total budget is $3.5 million, with […]