|Columnists Matthew Behrens | Every time Ottawa-based Syrian refugee Dima Siam sees Prime Minister Justin Trudeau saying refugees are welcome in Canada, she says, "I feel as if someone despises me and slapped me on the face."|
|Blog Yves Engler | Rather than contrasting Trump's ban with Israel's openness, if Israel supporters truly embraced universal human rights they would criticize Trump for mimicking Israeli policy.|
|Blog Dennis Gruending | Physician Doug Gruner says that a welcoming approach toward refugees is a key to their successful integration into Canadian life, and access to health care is vital to the process.|
'This is really community building': What sponsoring a Syrian refugee family means to one Toronto parentMaya Bhullar | Stephanie Rickard-Chadda talks about her community's experience with privately sponsoring a Syrian refugee family and supporting another government-sponsored family.
Vancouver summer camp empowers Syrian children to tell their own stories, however they want to tell themMaya Bhullar | Shawk Alani talks about Capturing Our Stories, a photography summer camp for Syrian refugees.
|News Nikolaos Gryspolakis | Nikolaos Gryspolakis gives his first-hand account of participating in the refugee solidarity movement in Greece. Here he shares refugees' stories and his experience during this time.|
|Blog Maya Bhullar | Now what? How are we addressing their needs? The Activist Toolkit interviews people on the frontlines.|
|News Roshini Nair | "In Canada, the refugee crisis has become synonymous with the Syrian refugee crisis," said Daniel Tseghay. While Canada pats itself on the back, we must advocate for refuge in Canada for all refugees.|
|Podcast Frieda Werden, Mindy Ran, Sheila Dallas Katzman | Reeling under EU-imposed austerity, Greeks open their hearts and homes to refugees.|
|Activist Toolkit | 10,000 refugees have arrived in Canada. H.O.M.E. links them with needed resources.|
|Blog Dalia Thamin | Syrians were subjected to the same restriction imposed on Chinese, Japanese and South Asian immigrants starting from the early 1900s.|
|Blog Roger Annis | Canada's record of accepting refugees over the decades is the subject of much analysis in mainstream media in light of the crisis in Syria. Much of the analysis is inaccurate and self-serving.|
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