Overcoming Barriers and Increasing Supports in Outbound Mobility

In this project, College of the North Atlantic (CNA) and Durham College will conduct research with stakeholders across the post-secondary sector to share knowledge and best practices to understand how to better engage low income, Indigenous and students with disabilities in outbound mobility experiences.

From this research, the two institutions will develop and test new approaches for target groups to develop intercultural and other competencies. Research will then be openly shared with other post-secondary institutions in an effort for all to better manage student barriers effectively when it comes to access, equity, diversity, and inclusion. CNA and Durham will partner with Team Broken Earth to implement wraparound supports and services for student safety.


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