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Angie Arora

Certified Compassion Fatigue Specialist; Bereavement Education Certificate; MSW; BSW

Professor

Social Service Worker – Immigrants and Refugees, School of Community Services

Expertise:

Immigration and settlement, Anti-racism and oppression, Child abuse and family violence, Violence against women, Community development

Bio:

Angie Arora has more than 10 years of experience addressing issues of violence against immigrants, refugees and racialized women. As a young racialized woman and survivor of violence herself, Arora provides a unique perspective on violence against women. Specializing in front-line practice, community development, policy work and education, she has supported numerous racialized women and children in overcoming violent situations. Arora is now the vice-president of Sandgate Women’s Shelter Board of Directors and operates her own private practice, New Wave Consulting.

Publications:

Chapters in:

  • Roots and Routes of Displacement and Trauma: From Analysis to Advocacy and Policy to Practice (2015)
  • Unsettled Settlers: Barriers to Integration (2012)
  • Out of the Shadows: Woman Abuse in Ethnic, Aboriginal and Refugee Communities (2010)

See LinkedIn profile for more information