Click on the following links below to find out what events are being organized by our community partners.
- October 2012- June 2013, CERIS seminar, click here for more information.
- Monday, October-22-
- Thursday, October 18, 2012, 130-430pm, #CdnImm Event #8 - Internationally Trained Professionals & Employment, #CdnImm Toronto , For more information check out, http://cdnimm08.eventbrite.com/#
- October 17, 2012, 9am-1pm, Bangladeshi Immigrant Women of East Danforth Ave: A Pocket of Very Low Female Labour Force Participation, Community Roundtable, Crescent Town Club, organized by SAWRO, If you would like more information, please call Sultana Jahangir, Executive Director SAWRO-- 647-857-9153, 416-686-0701
- July 18, 2012, join OASI for the release of the long-anticipated final report of the Making Ontario Home (MOH) study OCASI will hold a media launch in the morning and a panel discussion in the afternoon. The panel discussion will feature presentation of the findings and explore their implications for the immigrant and refugee-serving sector. This event will be held at Ryerson University and is open to all. Making Ontario Home: The MOH study includes a survey of over 2,500newcomers to Ontario, and is the first province-wide study of its kind in Ontario focused on immigrant and refugee use of settlement and integration services. Its purpose is to develop a deeper understanding of which immigrant and refugee needs are being met and how; which groups are well served and why; why do some newcomers not use settlement services; and how the settlement needs of immigrants and refugees across the province may best be served. It is the most comprehensive description to date of those who use settlement and integration services. For any questions about MOH, please contact Erika Gates-Gasse at email@example.com
- Sunday, March 25, 2012- Straight Talk Forum Discussion: Diversity and the Media: Is the media portraying our diversity?
- Friday, February 10, PCPI will host an 2011 Internationally Educated Professionals Conference at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre and additional details can be obtained at www.iep.ca
- Join the new 2012-2017 Community Data Program! The Community Data Program is a way for municipalities and community based organizations to access data from Statistics Canada and other institutions to identify and better understand the social and economic trends within their individual communities.
The Community Data Program is led by the Canadian Council on Social Development (CCSD). The CCSD is a non-governmental, not-for-profit organization that develops and promotes progressive social policies inspired by social justice, equality, and the empowerment of individuals and communities through research, consultation, public education, and advocacy. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
- Friday, January 6, 2012, 12-2pm: CERIS Seminar: Canadian Experience” in the Media and Public Policy
- City of Toronto Neighbourhood maps and data