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#ChooseToChallenge: Rupaleem Bhuyan and Margarita Pintín-Pérez highlight the structural violence facing migrant women

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An article by Associate Professor Rupaleem Bhuyan (pictured below) and #FIFSW alumna Dr. Margarita Pintín-Pérez highlights the “call from […]

Shared Responsibility: Master of Social Work students reflect on globalization’s impact on policy, practice and advocacy in social work

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Among the courses offered to Master of Social Work students in FIFSW’s Social Justice and Diversity field […]

New Research led by Rupaleem Bhuyan highlights how migrant communities build resilience through advocacy

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  New research led by Associate Professor Rupaleem Bhuyan highlights how migrant communities that work together to […]

COVID-19 and immigration uncertainty: Associate Professor Rupaleem Bhuyan is a featured guest on The Agenda with Steve Paikin

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On May 7, Associate Professor Rupaleem Bhuyan was on The Agenda with Steve Paikin to discuss the […]

Associate Professor Rupaleem Bhuyan talks about the roles of xenophobia and social media in shaping the public’s understanding of the global pandemic

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Associate Professor Rupaleem Bhuyan spoke to Global News Vancouver about xenophobia, its prevalence in social media and […]

Watch Associate Professor Rupaleem Bhuyan’s keynote address at the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women event at Hart House

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December 6, 2019, marked the 30th anniversary of the 1989 École Polytechnique Massacre. In commemoration of this […]

Prof. Rupaleem Bhuyan research on precarious status featured in UofT Magazine

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Ruplaeem Bhuyan, FIFSW Associate Professor and lead researcher of the Migrant Mothers Project speaks to the effect of Toronto’s housing crunch on non-status migrants and people with a precarious status.