Economic well-being is one of the most critical determinants of health. Our projects examine root causes and impacts of labor market discrimination, precarious employment, low wage, and poverty faced by racialized groups, immigrants, and refugees.
Economic Security and Health
Overcoming Financial Vulnerability among Newcomers
This community based research study provides valuable evidence on financial knowledge, vulnerabilities, practices and financial service needs among newcomers...Read more
Building Effective Career Bridging Pathways for Internationally Educated Researchers
The key goal of this study is to understand labor market barriers facing Internationally Educated Researchers (IERs). The study...Read more
Food Insecurity in Low Income Neighborhoods
We conducted a community based study on food insecurity facing residents living in two of our catchment areas (Taylor...Read more