Category: All Resources

CERI: Youth Engagement in Ethnocultural Organizations in Winnipeg

This report supplements a previous report, “Ethnocultural Community Organizations in Winnipeg: A Legacy Document“, that was written in 2018. Collectively, the two documents explore the role of ethnocultural community groups and organizations in providing services and supports for newcomers, and particularly refugees, in Winnipeg. The legacy document was written first to serve the immediate knowledge…

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CERIS: Immigrant Women, Youth and Seniors – Knowledge Synthesis Reports

The IWYS project is about three immigrant groups – women, youth, and seniors –  who each have special but different settlement needs in Canada. We want to know if they receive what they need in services. We also want to propose new service interventions for their successful settlement. This review of recent research on and…

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Child and Youth Refugee Research Coalition (CYRRC)

The Child and Youth Refugee Research Coalition (CYRRC) is an alliance of scholars, community partners and government agencies committed to promoting the successful integration of refugee children, youth and their families.  While the Coalition was formed to contribute meaningfully to policies and interventions to facilitate the integration of recently arrived Syrian refugees to Canada, it has a…

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Resource Link: http://cyrrc.org/

CLB Bootcamp & ESL for ALL

If you are a new TESL graduate or an EAL instructor who needs a refresher course, the CLB Bootcamp and ESL for ALL (Adult Literacy Learners) online courses are available free of charge from the Canadian Centre for Language Benchmarks (CCLB). New graduates:  these courses contain essential knowledge for EAL instructors in Canada who are…

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CMHA: Mental Health Resources for Winnipeg

The Mental Health Resource Guide has a new name, new look, and a new section for Newcomers and Refugees. To view, download, or print the Mental Health Resources for Winnipeg, click here. For the Newcomers and Refugees section, it can be found in the same document on page six.

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Community Engaged Research on Immigration (CERI) Network

The Community Engaged Research on Immigration Network (CERI Network) is dedicated to creating a collaborative, multi-partnered, and responsive forum for knowledge creation and mobilization on matters related to immigration and settlement in Manitoba, Canada, and elsewhere.  It will do so across disciplinary and sectoral boundaries through collaborative processes centred on research design, execution, and reporting. To co-develop…

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