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The Power Of Civic Action

Organization: 
Metcalf Foundation and Thorncliffe Park Women's Committee
Author: 
Margaret Webb

How the Thorncliffe Park Women’s Committee revitalized their park and created an engine of grassroots economic activity

Year: 
2015
Format: 
Document
Categories: 
Community Capacity Building
Culture and the Arts
New Canadians
Women
Source: 
Weblink

Ethnocultural Community Organizations and Immigrant Integration in Canada

Organization: 
Institute for Research on Public Policy
Author: 
Philippe Couton

Organizations serving specific immigrant or ethnocultural communities can make a greater contribution to their members’ economic and social int

Year: 
2014
Format: 
Research report
Categories: 
Community Capacity Building
Entrepreneurship & Business Development
New Canadians
Source: 
Weblink
Org

Upholding the Canadian Promise: Recommendations for a CED Approach to Settlement Challenges

Organization: 
The Canadian CED Network

Immigrant and refugee persons face serious settlement challenges. Integrating into their new community is made exceedingly difficult due to their limited social and professional networks, the non-recognition of foreign experience and credentials, and the competitive nature of the Canadian labour market. Increasingly, newcomers are frustrated by being on the margins of Canadian society.

Year: 
2007
Format: 
Document
Guidebook
Research report
Categories: 
Conceptual Frameworks & Approaches
New Canadians
Policy Development & Advocacy
Source: 
CCEDNet

Experiences of Immigrant and Refugee Social Enterprise in Canada

Organization: 
The Canadian CED Network
Author: 
Paul Chamberlain, Nicole Rosenow-Redhead

This is the report on the first phase research findings of the Immigrant Settlement and Integration through Social Enterprise Initiative (ISISE). 

The Canadian Community Economic Development Network (Canadian CED Network) created the Immigrant Settlement and Integration through Social Enterprise initiative (ISISE) to help make the case that social enterprise development is an effective tool for immigrant settlement and integration.

Year: 
2010
Format: 
Document
Research report
Categories: 
New Canadians
Social Economy & Social Enterprise
Stories and Experiences
Source: 
CCEDNet

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