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  • ...nformation sharing and learning exchange and to become a catalyst for city leadership on migration issues, internationally. ...he Maytree Foundation seeks to improve local integration practice in major immigrant receiving cities worldwide. In order to do this, Cities of Migration will e
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  • ...e of every five Canadians is an immigrant, with 36% (390,800) representing immigrant and refugee children and youth 24 years of age or under (Statistics Canada, ...ve provinces in Canada. From the 125 youth, only 11% or 14 youth relied on community organizations for their settlement needs.
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  • ...enship, and multiculturalism programs that are efficient and responsive to community needs. For its part, the Settlement Program contributes to the Department?s '''E. Policy and Program Development '''? To ensure effective delivery and achieve comparable settlement outcome
    16 KB (2,185 words) - 20:52, 27 January 2011
  • ...quest for Expressions of Interest and Pre Qualification (RFEIP) to deliver Immigrant Settlement and Adaptation Program (ISAP) services in Ontario. The request w ...providers who have been deemed to be qualified and suitable to deliver the Immigrant Settlement and Adaptation Program (ISAP) in Ontario, Canada. Responses to t
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  • ...makers at all levels can play an important leadership role on the issue of immigrant integration. While this toolkit provides information for a U.S. context, it ...overnment leaders. It incorporates academic research as well as policy and community-based concerns and offers foundations many benefits, including:
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  • {{Document | AuthorName=Yasmine Dossal (COSTI Immigrant Services) and Rebecca Hii (YMCA of Greater Toronto) | Link=http://atwork.se ...them with their resettlement and integration, and the manner in which the community organizations can best serve them.
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  • This professional development conference provided workshops, information and resources to frontline staff ...to better assist them in the delivery of their programs and to ensure that immigrant newcomers receive the maximum benefit from ELT services and interventions.
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  • ...ion and labour market integration for immigrants, linked to local economic development priorities. This will ensure a prosperous economy for the City of Ottawa. U ...ing how to attract, retain and serve them. Their main focus is on economic development and integration.
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  • ...summarizes a 3-day seminar that brought leaders from business, government, community-based and other sectors together to examine policies and initiatives releva * Immigrant Perspective (3 newcomer presenters)
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  • ...nagement, dealing with contracts, health and safety, internal policies and community perception. ...ional life cycles, operational and business planning, program and proposal development and project management.
    3 KB (298 words) - 02:03, 5 February 2013
  • ...also have notices of upcoming conferences, workshops or other professional development opportunities. The newsletter will appear in electronic format in English, * Community expertise helps integrate newcomers
    9 KB (1,296 words) - 16:53, 26 September 2012
  • ...nal immigrant networks to increase their capacity to connect their skilled immigrant members to meaningful employment. ...c initiatives that strengthens networks, links them together in a learning community, and builds effective connections between networks and partners – employe
    4 KB (530 words) - 21:03, 7 May 2012
  • ===Community Action Using a Holistic Approach=== ...demographic changes are transforming neighbourhoods. In Ottawa, the Vanier Community Service Centre (CSC), which serves a predominantly Francophone population,
    7 KB (1,103 words) - 19:36, 25 March 2011
  • ..., La Passerelle is recognized within the French-speaking community for its leadership on issues and [[Category:Immigrant services]]
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  • #[[Access Alliance Multicultural Health and Community Services]] #[[Accessible Community Counselling and Employment Services (ACCES)]]
    10 KB (1,160 words) - 15:54, 29 March 2011
  • ...-centered- as it takes into consideration that different groups within the immigrant and refugee communities may have various and/or multiple accessibility barr ...mmunity_Development_Strategies_to_Prevent_Family_Violence.pdf C3 Community Development Strategies to Prevent Family Violence] ==
    21 KB (3,113 words) - 17:31, 12 April 2011
  • ...ely with community partners, help your clients become engaged in their new community and promote your agency's services and programs. <categorytree mode=pages depth=5>Community Development and Networking</categorytree>
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  • ; Location: WoodGreen Community Services, 815 Danforth Ave ...um of Agencies Serving Internationally-trained Persons (CASIP)'' and the ''Community Navigation and Access Program (CNAP)''. The speakers will give an overview
    12 KB (1,758 words) - 17:54, 15 October 2012
  • ...key areas are Operations, Governance and Leadership, Human Resources, and Community-based Approach. <li>Stages of Enterprise Development</li>
    7 KB (942 words) - 15:37, 4 September 2012
  • ...rently President of AIRS and conducts regular accreditation site visits to Community Information Centres and 211 agencies throughout North America. * Community Care Access Centres
    18 KB (2,533 words) - 18:04, 15 October 2012

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