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Research materials focused on issues related to volunteer participation, improving volunteer experiences and the role of volunteers.
- Community Social Data Strategy
- The Community Social Data Strategy allows municipalities and community-based organizations to access and analyze detailed research findings from Statistics Canada cost effectively
- Creating a Culturally Inclusive Organization: A Resource Action Guide
- This Resource Action Guide comes out of a broader project to make the CMHA more reflective of, and accessible to, the diverse cultural groups in Canadian communities - March 2002.
- Public Census Data on Ethnic Diversity and Immigration
- This Statistics Canada online resource has information on ethnic groups, visible minorities, the Canadian-born population, immigrants and non-permanent residents, and generation status in Canada (i.e. first generation, second generation, etc.).
- Putting Data to Work for Immigrants and Communities: Tools for the Washington DC Metro Area and Beyond
- This report promotes the effective use of demographic data by community-based organizations working with and on behalf of immigrants - March 2004.
- Re-Visioning Project with the Korean Interagency Network (KIN) , an Inter-agency Services Collaboration Project Report
- This report summarizes KIN's work with the Wellesley Institute's (WI) Collaboration Project to explore how it could better coordinate services, programs and resources of its member agencies - December 2007.
- Research Findings on the Housing Conditions of Newcomers: St. Stephen's Community House Language Training and Newcomers Services (LTNS)
- In this research, questionnaires, focus groups and interviews were used to gather information on the housing conditions of the newcomers who use St. Stephen’s Community House Newcomers Services - June 2002.
- TIEDI Factsheet: Statistics Canada Products for Census Neighbourhood Data
- This factsheet answers the question: What are the different Statistics Canada products available for neighbourhood data, especially language data?
- Toronto Community Data for Planning on Health Initiatives
- One of the key components of an effective program plan or research project proposal is having good data to inform your needs assessments. This website provides valuable statistical data about key health indicators in Toronto communities.
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