Summary of The cracks in our admired private refugee sponsorship program

Canada’s Private Sponsorship of Refugees (PSR) program is regarded as the “gold standard” for refugee sponsorship around the world; however, there are several shortcomings to the program that urgently need addressing. This article compiles the research findings and provides a comprehensive list of common obstacles faced by the research participants as well as a bank of best practices.

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