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    The Perception & Reality of “Imported Conflict” in Canada (2014)

    Since 2008, we had become known in part for our research into how Canadians from diaspora communities can enrich the content and direction of Canada’s foreign policy as it relates to the promotion of peace. We had also gained some recognition (and later won ...

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    Perception & Réalité des “Conflits Importés” au Canada (2014)

    Depuis 2008, nous nous étions fait connaître par la publication d’études sur la contribution possible des membres canadiens de la diaspora à l’enrichissement du contenu et de l’orientation de la politique étrangère canadienne, au regard de l’act ...

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    The Perception & Reality of “Imported Conflict” in Canada (Key Findings Summary)

    The Perception and Reality of "Imported Conflict" in Canada is a research report released by The Mosaic Institute in 2014. The study is a result of surveys of almost 5,000 people, and interviews and focus groups with 300 Canadians with family connections to c ...

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    A Study of Canadians’ Relationship to and Perceptions of Selected International Conflicts and their Impact on Canada (September 2013)

    The representative sample of the Canadian public was obtained via an online panel methodology (randomly recruited using IVR with no self-selection). The online panel used is unique in that respondents are randomly recruited by telephone and no self-selection ...

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    Findings of Focus Groups – Communities in Conflict (March 2013)

    Participants for each of the groups were recruited through our professional recruitment partner TRN, using existing databases, supplemented by some tailored lists and, in a small number of cases, by a “snowball” approach where qualified participants recom ...

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    Diasporas@Toronto Conference Report (2013)

    Ever since its inception in 2007, the Mosaic Institute has been engaging Canadians from ethnocultural communities with connections to entrenched conflicts overseas in discussions, dialogues and voluntary service projects to advance the cause of peace. One of ...

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    Sri Lanka Tour: A Report by Trip Delegates (2012)

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    Best Practices Reader – Award of Excellence (2012)

    The Foundation officially opened its doors in November, 1997. Its office is located in Toronto, and its activities are national in scope. The Foundation operates at arm’s length from the federal government. Its operational budget is derived from the income ...

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    Tapping Our Potential: Diaspora Communities and Canadian Foreign Policy (2011)

    Canada has what is arguably the most international citizenry on the planet. By virtue of both our open, proactive immigration policies and our longstanding commitment to promoting multiculturalism, we now live in a country where approximately 20% of all Canad ...

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    Sudanese- Canadians and the Future of Sudan – Conference Report (2010)

    This report summarizes the proceedings of a one-day conference entitled “Sudanese-Canadians and the Future of Sudan” that was held at the University of Winnipeg on September 2, 2010. The conference brought together approximately 40 delegates and speakers ...

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    A “Smart Map” of the Sudanese Diaspora in Canada (2009)

    The Smart Map of the Sudanese Diaspora in Canada project was commissioned and sponsored by the Sudan Task Force of the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, and conducted by the Mosaic Institute. This final report is intended to sketch the ...

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