The Canadian Association for Refugee and Forced Migration Studies (CARFMS) / Association Canadienne des Étudies sur les Réfugiés et la Migration Forcée (ACERMF) is a community for scholars with an interest in issues relating to refugees and forced migration. We also:

  • facilitate networking and collaboration between scholars
  • disseminate research findings
  • foster linkages between scholars and governmental and non-governmental actors
  • serve as a forum for debate and intellectual exchange
  • organize an annual conference (reduced rate for members)
  • are a prime resource of Canadian scholarship and academic contacts

CARFMS15: Promouvoir la Protection et Favoriser le Sentiment d’Appartenance à l’Ère de la Criminalisation des Migrations

8ème Conférence annuelle de l’Association Canadienne des Études sur les Réfugiés et la Migration Forcée (ACERMF)
organisée par le Département de Criminologie, Ryerson University
en collaboration avec Ryerson Centre for Immigration and Settlement (RCIS)
Toronto, Ontario
13-15 mai 2015

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CARFMS15: Advancing Protection and Fostering Belonging in a Global Era of the Criminalization of Migration

8th Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Refugee and Forced Migration Studies (CARFMS)
Hosted by the Department of Criminology, Ryerson University
in collaboration with the Ryerson Centre for Immigration and Settlement (RCIS)
In Toronto, Ontario, Canada
13-15 May 2015

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Winner of 2013 CARFMS Graduate Student Essay Contest

Congratulations to Anaël Aram Tchoulfian for winning this year's essay contest!  Anaël is currently a graduate student at the University of Montreal.

We also congratulate the shortlisted candidates Tanya Aberman (York University) and Jeewon Min (University of British Columbia).  We thank everyone who submitted to this contest.

 

Winner

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CARFMS13: Conference Report

Hosted by:
The Department of Sociology and Criminology and The Atlantic Metropolis Centre
Saint Mary’s University, Halifax, NS
March 7-10, 2013
 

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