The Global Migration and Health Initiative: Expanding equity, inclusion and access for migrants in Toronto
The University of Toronto School of Cities recent publication (City Research Insights, Vol II, Issue II) highlights two of GloMHI’s projects that have contributed considerable knowledge to the understanding of equity issues for migrants living in and around Toronto. The publication discusses the projects that focus on migrant caregivers and trans Latina women, present some key findings from the research network, and consider the policy implications of this important work.
Since its creation in 2015, GloMHI’s members have contributed to important research funded by a wide array of public sector agencies focused on studying global determinants of health related to migration in Canada. As the School of Cities gears up to focus on a key theme for 2022/2023 – migration, belonging and thriving - this issue aims to feature the work of an important network of researchers dedicated to increasing knowledge about the intersection of migration and health in Canada and around the world.
You can also click here to read excerpts from the interview with Andrea A. Cortinois and Denise Gastaldo on the Global Migration and Health Initiative (GloMHI).
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