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World Education Services (WES) is a non-profit social enterprise dedicated to helping international students, immigrants, and refugees achieve their educational and career goals in the United States and Canada. For more than 45 years, WES has set the standard of excellence in the field of international academic credential evaluation. Through WES Global Talent Bridge, the organization joins with institutional partners, community-based organizations, and policymakers to help immigrants and refugees who hold international credentials fully utilize their talents and education to achieve their academic and professional goals. Through its grantmaking, impact investing, and partnerships, the WES Mariam Assefa Fund seeks to advance economic and social inclusion for immigrants and refugees.

The WES Weekly Roundup began at WES as an internal scan to mobilize knowledge across teams and inform their work. Recognizing resource and capacity constraints in the sector, WES has partnered with KM4S to make the information accessible to all. The WES Weekly Roundup aims to curate information into one place for service providers and others in the immigration and settlement sector to access and stay informed on issues impacting the sector and the clients we serve.  

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WES Weekly Roundup May 17, 2022
Published on: May 17, 2022
The weekly roundup includes research, stories, and events of interest to the Canadian immigration and settlement community. Includes: Minister Fraser says Processing Standards could return to normal by end of calendar year, How rural Canada can attract and retain international healthcare providers: Address discrimination and provide support, How to fix Canada’s broken employment insurance program, The Ukrainian Conflict Could Be a Tipping Point for Refugee Protection, and more.
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WES Weekly Roundup May 10, 2022
Published on: May 10, 2022
The weekly roundup includes research, stories, and events of interest to the Canadian immigration and settlement community. Includes: Report unpacks why too many Arab women are struggling professionally, OCASI and BMRC releases pandemic response survey findings, Healthcare gig platforms help migrant workers survive but at what cost?, Canada so far resettles 12,605 of promised 40,000 Afghan refugees, and more.
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