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Geoffrey Cameron

Geoffrey Cameron is principal researcher with the Baha’i Community of Canada, and a PhD student in the Department of Political Science at the University of Toronto. He is the co-author of Exceptional People: How Migration Shaped Our World and Will Define Our Future (Princeton University Press, 2011), with Ian Goldin and Meera Balarajan.

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Geoffrey Cameron

A Quiet Exodus

Welcoming Baha'i refugees from Iran was a humanitarian landmark—and an enduring immigration lesson July–August 2013
In 1973, the Trudeau government decided that Canada’s immigration and refugee policies were outdated and in need of revision. Canada’s response to a series of refugee situations—the Czechs in 1968, Asian Ugandans in 1972 and Chileans in 1973—had each required the creation of new regulations, and it was clear that a more general framework was needed to allow for a more flexible and nimble response to humanitarian…