Children

Factors Affecting Muslim Children and Youth’s Mental Health

Factors Affecting Muslim Children and Youth’s Mental Health

In the fall of 2020, MCASS undertook a quantitative and qualitative study to examine the factors affecting the mental health of Muslim children and youth during the global COVID-19 pandemic.

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Worlds Apart: Canadian Companion to UNICEF Report Card 16

Worlds Apart: Canadian Companion to UNICEF Report Card 16

In the research report published in September 2020 by UNICEF Canada and One Youth, UNICEF Canada President and CEO David Morley shares a powerful message.

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Raising Canada 2020 Top 10 Threats to Childhood in Canada and the Impact of COVID-19

Raising Canada 2020 Top 10 Threats to Childhood in Canada and the Impact of COVID-19

Raising Canada 2020 is a research report recently published by Children First Canada, the University of Calgary, and Alberta Children’s Hospital.

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UNICEF Innocenti Report Card 16 Worlds of Influence Understanding What Shapes Child Well-being in Rich Countries

UNICEF Innocenti Report Card 16 Worlds of Influence Understanding What Shapes Child Well-being in Rich Countries

A new look at children from the world’s richest countries offers a mixed picture of their health, skills and happiness.

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Helping Students Deal with Trauma Related to Geopolitical Violence and Islamophobia

Helping Students Deal with Trauma Related to Geopolitical Violence and Islamophobia

From interaction with Muslim youth and feedback from parents, youth leaders, and community service providers, it has become apparent that Muslim youth are experiencing high levels of stress and feelings of alienation and marginalization.

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Environmental Scan of Services for African-Caribbean Youth and/or Family in the Scarborough Region

Environmental Scan of Services for African-Caribbean Youth and/or Family in the Scarborough Region

The report is part of the work related to the grant awarded to YouthLink Youth Services by the Ontario Centre of Excellence for Child & Youth Mental Health.

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