Category: Webinars

Food Insecurity in Manitoba Videos (English with English subtitles)

Food Insecurity in Manitoba, is a series of 3 short videos (5 minutes each) focused on Experiences, Causes, and Solutions to food insecurity in Manitoba. The video series was launch on April 21, 2020. Using a montage of voices, the videos provide a snapshot of some of the systemic barriers to accessing safe, nutritious, and…

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Manitoba Non-EIA Rent Assist program

On January 30, 2020, MANSO and our Housing committee (with the support of New Journey Housing) hosted a Non-EIA Rent Assist Webinar session. Below is the list of resources and contact information. *Please note that the Rent Assist program will be updated every July 1st on the Province of Manitoba website, so please make sure…

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Webinar: Building connection over video platforms

Amid the current COVID-19 situation, we have been seeing our sector shifting our nature of work and using technology innovatively to be able to continue our work to serve newcomers. Jackie Hogue, in collaboration with MANSO, has made the following resources available to MANSO member organizations. This could be used as a guide and tips…

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Evaluating Refugee Program – resource, webiar and toolkit

The Evaluation Refugee Program project was an initiative to build the evaluation capacity of the refugee sector across Canada in order to improve supports and outcomes for refugee newcomers. Funded by IRCC under the Service Delivery Improvements program, the project started in 2019 and ended in March 2021. Check out this summary to learn about…

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Five Good Ideas for Racial Justice Change-Making – Webinar

This Five Good Ideas session was organized in partnership with Colour of Poverty – Colour of Change. Five Good Ideas for racial justice change-making How do we best address growing colour-coded inequality – for Indigenous peoples and peoples of colour, including Black Canadians? What are the institutional, structural, and systemic impacts of racism, faithism, and…

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IRCC Gender Based Violence Settlement Sector Strategy Partnership – Winter 2020 Bulletin & Webinar Slides

In April 2019, with funding from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), four organizations from the anti-violence and settlement sectors, partnered to begin collaborative work on developing a national strategy to address GBV for newcomers and refugees. In coming together, the partners saw it as critically important to build on the expertise of the many…

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Resource Link: https://www.ngbv.ca/

OCASI – Mental Health Promotion in Immigrant and Refugee Serving Organizations Project

This project is funded by Immigration Refugee Citizenship Canada (IRCC) through the Settlement Program Service Delivery Improvements Funding (SDI) Stream. As the lead organization on this project, OCASI is partnering with community organizations across three sectors (immigrant and refugee serving organizations, primary health, and community mental health) to carry out the project over three years…

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OHC: COVID-19 resources & public presentation for workers

The MFL Occupational Health Centre (OHC) is a community health centre funded by Winnipeg Regional Health Authority and donations. The Centre helps workers, employers, and joint health and safety committees to improve workplace health and safety conditions and eliminate hazards. Over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, OHC has delivered several public presentations on topics…

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The Social Impacts of COVID-19 Online Conference Series

Metropolis North America and the COVID-19 Social Impacts Network hosted a series of online conferences and events to explore the impact of COVID-19 on migrations and mobility in North America, as well as its impacts on Canadian youth and Indigenous Peoples. May 21, 2020 – Social impacts of COVID-19 on Canadian youth (nation-wide survey among the…

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Webinar Series: Gender-Based Violence Awareness and COVID-19

This webinar series is designed for Service Providers working with newcomers, immigrants, and refugees. It is focused on allyship as an important skill for service providers working with newcomers, immigrants and refugees on Gender-Based Violence awareness. The presentations are organized by a collaborative partnership between: CISSA-ACSEI, The Canadian Immigrant Settlement Sector Alliance – Alliance canadienne du secteur…

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