Other important publications
Bokore, N. (2018). Historical Trauma, Resettlement, and Intervention Strategies: An Analysis of Somali-Canadian’s Experiences. Journal of International Migration
Bokore, N. (2017). Historical Trauma, Forced Migration and Resettlement Stories: A Triangular Lens Informing the Integration/Resettlement Challenges for Somali-Canadians. International Migration Journal. Under Review
Dudziak, S., King, R., Bokore, N. (2017). “Similarities between Canadian Aboriginal Communities & Rwandan Community Healing Practices”. Under Review
MacDonnell, J.A., Dastjerdi, M.F, Khanlou, N.; Bokore, N., Tharao, W., (2017). Activism as a Feature of Mental Health and Wellbeing for Racialized Immigrant Women in a Canadian Context. Health Care for Women International Journal, Volume 38, Issue 2
Mukashema, I., Bokore, N., McGrath, S., King, R. (2017). "Gender & Social Work Practice in Rwanda Society, Pedagogy & Practice”. In progress
Bokore, N. (2016). “Somali-Canadian Women: Historical Past of Survival and Facing Everyday Challenges of Resettlement”. A Dissertation Submitted to The Faculty of Graduate Studies In Partial Fulfillment Of The Requirement For The Degree of Doctor Of Philosophy. Graduate Program in Social Work, York University, Toronto, Ontario.
Bokore, N. (2016). Documenting Refugee Stories: Memories of Survivors of East African Wars. International Social Work Journal, ISSN 2332-7278 2016, Vol. 3, No. 1
MacDonnell, J.A., Dastjerdi, M.F, Bokore, N., Khanlou, N., Tharao, W., Vazquez, L.M. (2015). Activism and Immigrant Women’s Mental Health and Wellbeing. Information Sheet# 6. Office of Women’s Health Research Chair in Mental Health, York University.