From AEA365 blog of The American Evaluation Association. Cameron Norman is Adjunct Professor at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto, and Principal and President of Cense Ltd.
Sam Hester, comics creator in Calgary Alberta explains her experience combing illustration and caretaking, known as graphic medicine, in this Tedx YYC video (10min 19sec).
Please join CRHESI in welcoming Carl Cadogan to the Executive Committee. Carl has worked directly or indirectly in the area of equity for over 20 years. His involvement includes work with groups such as the London Diversity and Race Relations Advisory Committee, KW Chamber of Commerce Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee, and the London Black History Coordinating Committee. He has been Director/ED/CEO at Nokee Kwe, Canadian Living Foundation, YMCA (Toronto), Polycultural Immigrant and Community Services, Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada, and Reception House (Waterloo Region). In 2013 Carl received the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal. We look forward to working with you Carl!
Photo by Belinda Fewings on Unsplash
United in their efforts to condemn and end all forms of Islamophobia within the City of London, the City and community groups have worked together to develop a comprehensive action plan, endorsed by City Council, to disrupt and address Islamophobia within the community, and recognize and amplify diverse Muslim voices as essential and valued within the many communities of London.
The position of the Muslim Community Liaison Advisor will work with the community and the City of London to guide the implementation of this action plan.
Setting Immigrants Up For Success Virtual Event
Registration is now open for the London & Middlesex Local Immigration Partnership’s fourth annual event . We invite you to join us for the virtual event on February 16th 2022, from 2:00-4:00 pm. Kindly register here.
This year, the theme is “Supporting Newcomers on Their Journey to Employment”. Seeking employment remains a key challenge for many newcomers, and one of the most important challenges to effectively overcome. Our event will equip you, as faith leaders in our community, to better support newcomers in your congregations on their journeys to employment. You will have the opportunity to hear about employment, education, volunteering and income support services that are available to support you and the members of your faith communities.
The LMLIP Welcoming Landlord Awards
This award recognizes private and commercial landlords who are intentional about being members of a welcoming community in London and Middlesex. Deadline February 17, 6 pm. Read more and submit a nomination
The LMLIP Welcoming Workplace Award
This award recognizes small to medium-sized employers who have actively employed immigrants through meaningful and commensurate career opportunities in London and Middlesex. Deadline February 17, 6 pm. Read more and submit a nomination
Pathways to Hiring Immigrants Webinars
Webinars are Feb 17 and March 3 (held jointly by Immploy and the South West Ontario Local Immigration Partnerships). More information and webinar sign up