AMSSA Lecture: Francophone Immigration and Integration (webinar recording)
In this AMSSA Lecture: Francophone Immigration & Integration, Dr. Suzanne Huot discusses findings from her research,
Nadia Caidi on the information practices of newcomers (webinar recording)
Professor Nadia Caidi presents about newcomer information habits and what you can do to keep newcomers informed. In this presentation and conversation with Refugee613, she shared her research findings on newcomer information practices and strategies to reach newcomers effectively.
Competing Agendas? Bridging funder and organization expectations in evaluation (webinar)
Held by the Centre for Community Based Research in partnership with the Evaluation Capacity Network at the University of Alberta. This webinar is part of a live event series for the Evaluating Refugee Programs project.
Making sense of our feeds - a short period of intersecting news and reports
Now more than ever, we need intra and cross-sectoral knowledge mobilization. I believe all of these stories, reports, posts, and articles intersect with each other in many ways. But I don't have the time to build in active sense-making. I can just bring them to your attention in the hopes that something is of value to you.
Useful resources about digital and hybrid/blended service delivery
This is a short list of existing and useful materials in and outside of the sector related to digital and hybrid service delivery. The list is merely at a starting point.
DiverseCity Counts Reports
DiverseCity Counts features research that studies the levels and impact of diversity in leadership. The reports shed light on the representation of visible minorities and under-represented immigrants across sectors and reveal to us where progress is being made and where we’re falling behind.
What does an ethics of care mean for knowledge mobilization in migration contexts? (webinar recording)
In this webinar, the Refugee Research Network (RRN) explored the ways in which an ethics of care can complement dominant procedural ethics approaches to research and knowledge mobilization in migration contexts.
The Impact of COVID on Immigrant and Racialized Communities in Montreal
This talk presents the findings of a study on the impacts of the COVID crisis on vulnerable groups within Montreal's immigrant and racialized communities.
Projects looking at the future of settlement work in Canada
The future of work is a huge topic. For the immigrant and refugee-serving sector, I thought it would be useful to pull together projects, reports, surveys, and sector-specific professional development opportunities.
Understanding Systemic Racism in Canada: Concept and Data (webinar recording)
The Association for Canadian Studies, Metropolis Canada and the Canadian Commission for UNESCO held an online conference entitled Understanding Systemic Racism in Canada: Concept and Data.