I am a doctoral student at the University of Toronto/OISE in the Social Justice Education department.
I am conducting a research study on the lived experience of immigration detention in Canada. The research has been reviewed and received ethics clearance through the University of Toronto Research Ethics Committee.
For my study, I am seeking participants who would be interested in sharing their detention and post-detention experience in Canada.
I am looking for participants who have been through the detention system in Canada, have been released, and continue to legally live in Canada.
There is only so much I can glean from available research, especially in the Canadian context that is under-researched.
I am more interested in hearing from voices that are often undocumented.
I can send you the research documents, including the information of the study, consent and confidentiality document, to forward to review or forward.
I want to ensure you that the identity of participants would be confidential and they will not be identified (i.e name) in the study, besides their gender and the fact that they were once interned.
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