Summary of Neoliberal Fatigue: The Effects of Private Sponsorship on Canadians’ Political Consciousness

This study inquiries about two potential insights: (1) sponsors’ exposure to different lived experiences through sponsorship and (2) sponsors’ exposure to refugees’ post-resettlement struggles in Canada resulting in awareness of structural inequalities within Canada.

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