Petra Molnar | The Canadian Encyclopedia

Petra Molnar

Petra Molnar is a researcher in Toronto, Canada specializing in forced migration, immigration detention, and refugee issues. She holds a Master of Arts in Anthropology from the Centre for Refugee Studies, York University and a Juris Doctorate from the University of Toronto Faculty of Law.

Articles by Petra Molnar

St. Louis
Refugees to Canada
Dining hall at the Immigration Centre, Québec, circa 1911
Immigration Detention in Canada
Flag of the United Nations
Child Migration to Canada
Justin Trudeau
Canadian Response to the Syrian Refugee Crisis
Canadian Border
Canada–United States Safe Third Country Agreement
Sunshine Farms worker Aristeo Perez Garcia
Canada’s Temporary Foreign Worker Programs
Gay Pride Vancouver
LGBTQ+ Refugees in Canada

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