Canadian Immigration Policy
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This paper explains how Canadian immigration policy does not address matters of gender, for immigrants still tend to be looked at in generic ways. At different points, it is stressed too that studies of immigrant and refugee conditions have sometimes tended to lump refugee women into categories that have already been in place that have more to do with a general concern for inequality at large, racism and sexism. Resettlement in Canada can be a challenging and troubling experience for women and it is stressed that women need not be asylum-seekers in order to find immigration to Canada a project that exceeds what they have expected.
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Canadian Immigration Policy (2003, October 12) Retrieved August 14, 2022, from https://www.academon.com/term-paper/canadian-immigration-policy-39720/
"Canadian Immigration Policy" 12 October 2003. Web. 14 August. 2022. <https://www.academon.com/term-paper/canadian-immigration-policy-39720/>