From 2022-2024, the ACS and Metropolis Institute, in partnership with Nunavut Tunngavik Incorporated (NTI) and Inuit organizations across Nunavut, will co-develop an inclusive housing continuum for Nunavut’s 25 communities and co-design a multidimensional assessment tool that will provide current and historic data on the economic, social, cultural and health-related outcomes of Nunavummiut peoples.
Jack Jedwab, President and CEO of ACS and Metropolis Institute
Leading researchers that make up the Expert Advisory Committee will inform the topics and questions examined by the COVID-19 Social Research Network organized by the ACS and Metropolis Institute, the Vanier Institute of the Family and the Canadian Commission for UNESCO.
Paul Holley, PhD, is the Research Director of ACS and Metropolis Institute. His current research focuses on immigrant integration and inclusion, gender equality and public health responses to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis.
Stefan Stefanovic – holds an M.A. in Sociology from the University of Belgrade in Serbia with a focus on research. He has 7 years of experience in conducting applied research, data analyses of large datasets, writing research reports and presenting findings to government officials, researchers, academics, and international stakeholders. He analyzes different national survey datasets to assess the impact of COVID-19 on immigrants and measure its socioeconomic and health-related effects.