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Population Research Publication

Exploring Rural Citizenship Through Displacement: An Analysis of Citizenship in the Context of Refugee Resettlement and Integration

Haugen, Stacey. The Right to Be Rural, February 2022, pp.289.
Published: February 18, 2022
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Population Research Publication

Creating Canadians through Private Sponsorship

Haugen, Stacey, Patti Tamara Lenard, and Emily Regan Wills. Canadian Journal of Political Science 53, no. 3 (2020): pp.560–76.
Published: July 1, 2020
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Population Research Publication

Refugee Sponsorship and Family Reunification

Morris, Stéfanie, Patti Tamara Lenard, and Stacey Haugen. Journal of Refugee Studies 34, no. 1 (2020): pp.130–48.
Published: December 31, 2020
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Population Research Publication

Regional variations of contraceptive use in Bangladesh: A disaggregate analysis by place of residence

Islam, Md. Kamrul, Md. Rabiul Haque, and Prianka Sultana Hema. PLOS ONE 15, no. 3 (2020).
Published: March 25, 2020
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Population Research Publication

"We Feel Like We’re Home”: The Resettlement and Integration of Syrian Refugees in Smaller and Rural Canadian Communities.

Haugen, Stacey. Refuge 35, no. 2 (2019): pp.53–63.
Published: October 7, 2019
Open access (PDF)
Population Knowledge Synthesis Poster

The State of Rural Canada: Alberta

Dr. Lars Hallstrom, Stacey Haugen, Payton Grant

Presented at Canadian Rural Revitalization Conference (CRRF) May 25 - May 27, 2022

Abstract: In 2019 the province returned to its conservative roots with an overwhelming vote for the United Conservative Party (UCP) led by Premier Jason Kenney. They formed the Government of Alberta on April 30, 2019 with 62 of 87 seats, winning over 70% of the vote in a number of ridings. Electoral support for the NDP was largely limited to urban centers. Voter turnout in the 2019 election was the highest recorded since 1982 at 64%.

At the local level, many of the challenges faced by rural municipalities are long-standing, but increasingly compounded by economic decline, provincial fiscal policy, deteriorating infrastructure, increasing urbanization, aging populations, and diminishing services. The province is home to 356 municipal units, of which 260 are recognized as urban municipalities, meaning they are defined as a city, town, village, or summer village under the Municipal Government Act.
Published: May 2022
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Population Policy Analysis Publication

An Evaluation of Policy Responses to Refugee Resettlement in Rural Canada

Stacey Haugen, Rachel McNally, Lars Hallstrom
Published: June 23, 2023
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Population Work Integrated Learning Poster

Assessing Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion in Lethbridge’s Heritage Inventories Using a System Plan Approach: A Thematic Analysis

Hannah Laberge & Brie Wilson
Published: April 1, 2023
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Population Work Integrated Learning Poster

IDEA in Placemaking in Public Realm Design

Kianna Turner, Amy Cran, Isabella Lee
Published: April 1, 2023
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Population Work Integrated Learning Poster

Stories from the Warehouse District

Peter Gorombey
Published: April 1, 2023
Open access (PDF)
Population Work Integrated Learning Poster

Steps taken to inform the RFQ for a Comprehensive Site Plan

Kirsten Hironaka
Published: April 1, 2023
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Population Work Integrated Learning Poster

Engagement Planning, Public Art, and Urban Design

Taylor Manns and Kianna Turner
Published: April 1, 2023
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Population Knowledge Synthesis Report

Knowledge Support – Community Based Refugee Sponsorship: Sponsorship in Rural and Small Communities

Stacey Haugen, with Lars K. Hallström, PhD
Published: March 1, 2022
Open access (PDF)
Population Knowledge Synthesis Video

State of Rural Canada 2021 - Alberta

Discussion with Dr. Lars Hallstrom, one of the authors of the State of Rural Canada 2021: Opportunities, Recovery, and Resilience in Changing Times.
Published: September 22, 2021
Open access (Video)
Population Knowledge Synthesis Report

From Anecdotes to Evidence: Research-Based Recommendations for Supporting Rural and Remote Sponsorship

Stacey Haugen, Rachel McNally, Lars Hallstrom
Summary Report to the IRCC

Abstract:
Refugees in Canada and beyond are largely destined for resettlement in large cities. However, through sponsorship, dispersal policies, and more informal mechanisms, more rural communities and smaller cities are welcoming refugees. Despite the increasing diversity of resettlement communities, research remains concentrated on large cities, leaving a gap in knowledge about resettlement in rural regions, towns, villages, and small cities. This report presents the results from three research activities: (1) a Scoping Literature Review; (2) Virtual Focus Groups & Interviews; and (3) a National Bilingual Survey
Published: June 2023
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Population Knowledge Synthesis Report

De l’anecdote aux données probantes : Enfaveur de mesures de soutien au parrainagedans les collectivités rurales et éloignées –Recommandations fondées sur la recherche

Stacey Haugen, Rachel McNally, Lars Hallstrom

Résumé:
Les réfugiés au Canada et ailleurs sont en grande partie destinés à être réinstallés dans les grandes villes. Cependant, grâce au parrainage, aux politiques de dispersion et à des mécanismes informels, un plus grand nombre de collectivités rurales et de petites villes accueillent des réfugiés. Malgré la diversité croissante des collectivités de réinstallation, la recherche demeure axée sur les grandes villes, ce qui entraîne des lacunes dans les connaissances sur la réinstallation dans les régions rurales, les municipalités, les villages et les petites villes. Le rapport présente les résultats de trois activités de recherche:
(1) Examen de la littérature; (2) Entrevues et groupes de discussion virtuels; (3) Sondage national bilingue.
Published: June 2023
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