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    Are you working with families that are separated due to employment in oil and gas, construction, trucking, health care, forestry, the military, fishing, agriculture, education, tourism, or some other type of work?

    Or are you part of a family impacted by this type of employment?

    If so, join us at the Families, Work, and Mobility Atlantic Canadian Symposium.

  • image alt text
     

    Are you working with families that are separated due to employment in oil and gas, construction, trucking, health care, forestry, the military, fishing, agriculture, education, tourism, or some other type of work?

    Or are you part of a family impacted by this type of employment?

    If so, join us at the Families, Work, and Mobility Atlantic Canadian Symposium.

  • image alt text
     

    Are you working with families that are separated due to employment in oil and gas, construction, trucking, health care, forestry, the military, fishing, agriculture, education, tourism, or some other type of work?

    Or are you part of a family impacted by this type of employment?

    If so, join us at the Families, Work, and Mobility Atlantic Canadian Symposium.

 

 

Families, Work and Mobility Atlantic Canada Symposium
May 15-17, 2018. University of Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown, PEI

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The Families, Work, and Mobility Atlantic Canadian Symposium will examine intersections between diverse families, work situations, and employment-related geographical mobility in the Canadian context. This event will facilitate dialogue and sharing between those studying, serving and supporting families who are experiencing work-related mobility with a focus on leading and emerging policy and practices at home, at work, and in the community. It will bring together (face-to-face and virtually) policy and civil society leaders from multiple sectors, researchers studying the intersectionality between families and employment-related geographical mobility in Canada, and families directly impacted by work-related mobility.

 

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Funding for this symposium provided by the SSHRC Connections Grant Program.


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