Call for Nominations
A new Call for Nominations is now open and you are invited to participate in this research project through nomination of one or more promising practices.
Promising practices are innovative practices that have an objective basis for claiming effectiveness in achieving their stated aims and that have the potential for replication. Thus, promising practices are defined in terms of their innovation and effectiveness, which can be empirically measured as successful outcomes of the practice. Our approach focuses not only on identifying truly promising practices, but on analyzing and sharing key features that can be replicated.
P2P is seeking nominations of promising practices from a variety of stakeholders involved in the settlement and integration of immigrants and refugees across Canada. Practices do not have to be IRCC funded and can be self-nominated. Practices must be able to demonstrate their effectiveness through an external evaluation or within-organization measurement of outcomes that can be shared (e.g., website URL; you would be able to send it).Read More »
Virtual Workshop Series
Due to the large number of high-quality workshops submitted for presentation at the P2P 2021 National Conference, we will be holding the Pathways to Prosperity Virtual Workshop Series from January to April 2022. The series will include one virtual workshop a week on Tuesdays at 1:00 – 2:15 PM EST. The workshops will take place on the same conference platform as was used for the P2P 2021 National Conference, with poster presentations, exhibitors, and networking functions still available, as well as videos and PowerPoints from conference plenaries and workshops.Read More »
Hold the Date
As mentioned at the Pathways to Prosperity 2021 National Conference in November, we are pleased to announce that Pathways to Prosperity will hold its 10th Annual National Conference in Ottawa (with the possibility of hybrid format) on November 14 – 16, 2022. The main conference will take place on Monday November 14 and Tuesday November 15, 2022, with the day for Local Immigration Partnerships and Réseaux en immigration francophone on Wednesday November 16, 2022. The conferences will include plenary sessions, workshops, poster presentations, and opportunities to network with colleagues. Exhibitor and sponsor opportunities will also be available. More details will be announced over the course of the spring.
More than 1100 participants gathered virtually at the 9th Annual Pathways to Prosperity National Conference
Recordings from plenary sessions and workshops are available on the virtual conference platform, which remains open to all registered attendees
On November 8-10, 2021, the Pathways to Prosperity Partnership held its Ninth Annual National Conference – Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose: Post-COVID Strategies to Address Enduring Challenges in the Settlement and Integration of Newcomers in Canada. More than 1100 service providers, LIPs and RIFs, government representatives, researchers, and other stakeholders from across the country were in attendance.
The feedback received on the conference indicates that by all counts it was a great success. For example, the keynote speaker, plenaries, and documentary screening received ratings of 6 and higher on the 7-point scale, with the other aspects of the conference hovering in the 5.7 to 6 range. When asked if they would attend future Pathways to Prosperity Conferences, the response from attendees was a resounding YES, with a mean likelihood rating of 6 on the 7-point scale.Read More »
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