Knowledge Mobilization for Settlement

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Most Recent Blog Posts

Verifying information in an age of misinformation & disinformation (webinar recordings)
Verifying information in an age of misinformation & disinformation (webinar recordings)
Posted on: June 11, 2021
There are many great workshops and webinars about misinformation and disinformation. Here are a few that tie together nicely.
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Amy Webb Future Today Institute's Emerging Tech Trends (webinar recording)
Amy Webb Future Today Institute's Emerging Tech Trends (webinar recording)
Posted on: June 11, 2021
Amy Webb presents the launch of the Future Today Institute's 14th annual Emerging Tech Trends Report, which takes a deep dive into all the trends you'll need to follow in 2021. Futurist Amy Webb, professor at NYU Stern School of Business and founder of the Future Today Institute, provided a data-driven analysis for the emerging tech trends that need to be on your radar in 2021, with scenarios for the future of business, governing and society.
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Digital Transformation: How do we skill for inclusive innovation (webinar recording)
Digital Transformation: How do we skill for inclusive innovation (webinar recording)
Posted on: June 11, 2021
This webinar kicked off the official launch of the Skills for the Post-Pandemic World research series by Diversity Institute, the Future Skills Centre, and the Government of Canada. The webinar shared findings, insights from industry leaders, and explored digital transformation, innovation and alternative pathways for digital skills.
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Most Recent Publications

From Silos to Solutions: Toward Sustainable and Equitable Hybrid Service Delivery in the Immigrant & Refugee-Serving Sector in Canada
From Silos to Solutions: Toward Sustainable and Equitable Hybrid Service Delivery in the Immigrant & Refugee-Serving Sector in Canada
Posted on: May 27, 2021
This report presents findings, insights, and recommendations generated through a comprehensive exploration of hybrid service delivery over 6 months in the immigrant settlement sector in Canada. The report analyzes the unique experiment in digital service delivery created by the pandemic and reviews sector innovation and collaboration while providing a roadmap for the sector and its largest funder, Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) towards a hybrid service delivery model.
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COVID & Canada’s Settlement Sector: Report (2020)
COVID & Canada’s Settlement Sector: Report (2020)
Posted on: March 27, 2021
This survey provides a snapshot of the Canadian immigrant and refugee-serving sector at during the first month of working remotely as a result of COVID-19. It looks at what is working, sector challenges and concerns and sector successes and failures from both the front-line and management perspective.
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Settlement Sector and Technology Task Group Preliminary Report (2020)
Settlement Sector and Technology Task Group Preliminary Report (2020)
Posted on: February 2, 2021
The Settlement Sector and Technology Task Group (coordinated by AMSSA, reporting to IRCC’s National Settlement and Integration Council (NSIC)) is working to discover, examine, and learn about the settlement sector’s needs to successfully implement digital and hybrid service delivery models.
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Most Recent Good Ideas in Settlement & Inclusion

Ethical Considerations in Research with People in Situations of Forced Migration
Ethical Considerations in Research with People in Situations of Forced Migration
Posted on: May 14, 2021
The Canadian Council for Refugees worked with others to develop ethical guidelines for research with people in situations of forced migration. The guidelines include a checklist for organizations who are approached by researchers, to help evaluate whether the research will be conducted ethically, and taking into consideration the particular vulnerabilities of people who have been forcibly displaced.
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Promising Practices from the Immigrant and Refugee Mental Health Project at CAMH
Promising Practices from the Immigrant and Refugee Mental Health Project at CAMH
Posted on: May 10, 2021
Each month, the Immigrant and Refugee Mental Health Project (IRMHP) features a promising practice that highlights how an organization is addressing the mental health of immigrants and refugee and how you can use this information in your practice.
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Good Ideas from Cities of Migration
Good Ideas from Cities of Migration
Practitioners:
Posted on: May 7, 2021
Best practice. Promising practice. There are many ways to name something that you think might be useful to know about in your work. Perhaps knowing about it might inspire you. It might even encourage you to replicate it. I've always liked the way the Cities of Migration project named the projects they kept an eye on as Good Ideas in Integration: "At its most basic, a Good Idea in integration is any program, activity or strategy that has made a difference in the successful integration of migrants in city-life. In this process, the city and all its residents have also benefited with increased social cohesion, greater urban prosperity and the richness that cultural diversity affords all communities."
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