Miguel Sanchez, BA, BA Hons, MSW, PhD

Associate Professor

Office: Education Building, Room 467
E-mail: miguel.sanchez@uregina.ca
Phone: (306) 585-4848
Fax: (306) 585-4872

Research interests
Social policy; child poverty; traumatized populations, family violence, minorities, and international social work education.

In 2003, Miguel Sanchez presented a paper regarding the physical and  psychological effects of political torture on the adaptation process of immigrants at the Sixth Metropolis Conference in Edmonton. He also presented a paper at the 1st International Conference on Family Violence and Women Participation in Santiago, Chile. This conference was organized by the Department of Social Work of the Universidad Tecnologica Metropolitana (UTEM), the Free University of Belgium, and Chilean Women's Secretariat. Miguel's presentation was related to social policy and its impact on women experiencing violence. While in Chile, Miguel conducted research on how Chilean schools of social work view international social work

The Faculty of Social Work is interested in developing international linkages with Latin American schools of Social Work. Miguel is part of a team exploring the possibility of academic and student exchange and in collaborating in joint graduate programs with universities in Chile and Mexico.

On February 27-29, 2004 Miguel attended the 1st Trilateral (Canada, Mexico, and the United States) North American Meeting on Peace and Security that took place at the Autonomous University of Puebla, Mexico. While in Mexico, Miguel visited the National School of Social Work at the Autonomous University of Mexico in Mexico City.