The role of housing and neighbourhood in the re-settlement process: a case study of refugee households in Winnipeg

@article{Carter2009TheRO,
  title={The role of housing and neighbourhood in the re-settlement process: a case study of refugee households in Winnipeg},
  author={T. Carter and Chesya Polevychok and J. Osborne},
  journal={Canadian Geographer},
  year={2009},
  volume={53},
  pages={305-322}
}
Access to adequate, affordable housing is an essential first step in the re-settlement process for immigrants and refugees. It is the basis from which newcomers look for jobs, language training and other services. Without such housing, newcomers may have limited security of tenure, compromised health, jeopardized education and employment opportunities and impaired social and family life. Refugees generally face the greatest challenges of all newcomers and find their housing choices constrained… Expand
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