The interactive calendar allows users to search for events that are of general or regional interest. Date ranges can be specified by clicking on start and end dates in the calendar, using the arrows to switch months. Alternatively, the start and end dates can be entered in the space provided, above the calendar. P2P members and stakeholders are encouraged to register their events using the ‘Suggest an Event’ feature, located below the calendar.

Une journée de forum sur « Les divorces ici et ailleurs… »

Centre communautaire de l'arrondissement de Jacques-Cartier

On parle beaucoup de divorces et séparations conjugales au Québec, les familles immigrantes en ont souvent peur! Toutes sortes de mythes, de préjugés et de stéréotypes circulent sur les séparations conjugales tant dans les différents pays et cultures qu’au Québec, pour les natifs et pour les immigrants. Le forum du

Online Course – Refugee Mental Health: Focus on Syrian Refugees

Online Course

The Refugee Mental Health Project offers accredited, self-directed, evidence-informed online courses. The courses are intended to enhance service providers’ knowledge and skills to support refugee mental health across Canada. There are two online courses available; a stream each for : Health care professionals Settlement and social service providers   Refugee

Bilan et perspectives : L’arrivée, l’accueil et l’installation des réfugiés syriens en Estrie

Local de l’Arrondissement Jacques Cartier Sherbrooke

Organisée par Rencontre Interculturelle des Familles de l’Estrie   En décembre 2015, Rencontre Interculturelle des Familles de l’Estrie tenait un forum sur l’arrivée des réfugiés syriens dans notre région. De nombreux acteurs locaux y participaient en signe de solidarité. Qu’en est-il dix-huit mois plus tard ? Comment s’est déroulée l’arrivée

Understanding the Pre-migration Context and Supporting Newcomer Families with Trauma

Commonwealth Community Recreation Centre 11000, Edmonton

This workshop will focus on giving a better understanding of the pre-migration experiences of immigrant and refugee families and youth, and will provide simple strategies to help them cope with trauma. Areas of discussion will include the pre-migration experience, trauma in the context of newcomers, resilience and resources for immigrants.

Research Symposium on Refugees – From Margins to Centre: Integrating Victims of Torture and Political Oppression

George Brown College, Toronto, Canada

We are pleased to invite you to a one day Research Symposium on Refugees – From margins to centre: Integrating victims of torture and political oppression. This all-day symposium is being organized in collaboration with Wellesley Institute, Centre for Refugee Studies, York University, and Canadian Centre for Victims of Torture,

Pathways to Prosperity 2017 National Conference | Conférence nationale 2017 de Voies vers la prospérité

The Pathways to Prosperity Partnership will hold its Fifth Annual Conference at the Hilton Hotel in Toronto on Thursday and Friday November 16-17, 2017, with a full-day Preconference Workshop for Local Immigration Partnerships and the Réseaux en immigration francophone on Wednesday November 15. Standing Committee Meetings will take place on