Employment and Labour Market Integration

Talk About 2018 Forum Report - Final

Based on discussions from last year “Talk About” forum, there was emphasis that it’s imperative for organizations to partner and work together to avoid duplication and provide complementary services that are responsive to the needs of newcomer population.

Goal:

To document promising practices and lessons learned around building successful inter-sectoral partnerships; with the aim of creating more efficient and sustainable service delivery models for the newcomer population.

Objectives:

Talk About 2019 Forum Report - Final

The purpose of the third “Talk About” forum organized on March 27th, 2019 was to enhance participants’ awareness to mobilize equity objectives into action with the intent of improving newcomers’ access to health and social services. 

The forums was focused on following equity themes.

  • Equity informed policy and programming for agencies serving newcomers
  • Providing equitable services for newcomers

 

Evaluation Report_Family Health Ambassadors Project

TNLIP piloted the family health ambassadors model in 2019. The project aims to enhance newcomer access to family health services by recruiting and training frontline workers of interested member organization as ambassadors to educate clients about availability and confidentiality of family health services in Toronto. The project was evaluated at the end of 2019 and the attached report outlines the findings of the evaluation.  

WEBSITE WITH WORKSHOP MATERIALS-BUILDING CAPACITY TOGETHER

Building Capacity Together is a collaborative project involving all Local Immigration Partnerships in Toronto. The goal of this project is to enhance the capacity of communities and service systems to address the unique needs of refugee claimants and other vulnerable newcomers in Toronto.

We are excited to announce the launch of our website, which was created specifically for the Building Capacity Together project.

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