Summary of Sustaining the Private Sponsorship of Resettled Refugees in Canada

This paper features compelling excerpts from interviews with sponsored newcomers, repeat and long-term sponsors, and key informants in the Canadian settlement sector to explore the question of how such a demanding program of voluntarism and community engagement has been sustained for so long given the intense commitment required upon newcomers’ arrival in Canada?

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