Twice Migrated: Indian Immigrants From the Middle East to Canada
A exploratory study of South Asian migrants to Canada who use a two-stage migration process, coming via various Middle Eastern countries.
||Migration, Political Economy, Race and Gender, Identities, Citizenship
International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 3, Issue 9, pp.263-274.
Article: Print (Spiral Bound).
Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.805MB).
was born in India but have been in Canada for the last over 30 years. A sociologist by academic training, I have been teaching for the last 15 years at York University in Canada. Before that, I spent about 4 years teaching community workers in Toronto. Prior to that, I was a community worker/activist for about 15 years in Toronto. My activism and academic work cover issues around race, gender and class, particularly in the areas of work, families, immigrant women, multiculturalism policy, community organizing and the labour movement.. My publications include: RACISM AND PAID WORK, LEARNING FROM OUR HISTORY: COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BY IMMIGRANT WOMEN IN ONTARIO and several articles and book chapters.
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