The Toronto-West LIP and the Women Against Violence Action Group is pleased to invite you to our inaugural #StrongerThankYouThink Webinar Series. This series aims at providing capacity building workshops for service providers, faith-based groups and employers to be better equipped to respond to disclosures of gender-based violence in the newcomer community.
Below are Settlement Sector events happening in Ontario.
**PLEASE CONFIRM IF THE EVENT YOU ARE PLANNING TO ATTEND IS STILL ON SCHEDULE**
The Canadian Centre for Victims of Torture invites you to register for the Certificate Course, Torture, Trauma, Psychosocial Impact and Mental Health: Meeting the Needs of War and Torture.
The course is intended for Immigrants and Refugees and anyone else who is interested in newcomer/refugee mental health.
The Newcomer Entrepreneurship Hub (NEH) is a free program for Greater Toronto Area-based newcomers to Canada interested in gaining knowledge, experience, and support in learning how to open a business in Canada.
Immigration detention sometimes causes mental illness and is sometimes used as a tool to manage mental illness. This panel explores how legal and psychiatric approaches can frame understandings of evidence and its frailties in immigration detention hearings.
Chair: Sean Rehaag
Simon Wallace, Immigration Detention in Canada
Todd Baron, Psychology: Detecting Deception
Michaela Beder, Psychiatry: Impact of Detention
Join us for an Online Information Session on Skills For Change’s Workplace Career Connections Program
The Workplace Career Connections Program is a 5-week Employment Program that prepares and equips newcomers to understand their profession in Canada, learn successful job search strategies, increase networks, and more importantly how to secure employment, work in the Canadian environment to retain their jobs and advance their career.
Community Legal Education Ontario - CLEO invites you to a webinar: Navigating Family Courts During the Pandemic.
The Council of Agencies Serving South Asians (CASSA) is pleased to invite you to our 10th Annual Health Equity Summit.
Parentification refers to children and youth taking on adult roles and responsibilities that are not normative for this age in order to support their parents. When families migrate to a new country, navigating the health and social services system can be complex. As a result, newcomer children and youth often experience taking on tasks that are not typical for for their age.
OCASI - Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants cordially is pleased to announce our Self-Directed E-learning Training on: Supporting LGBTQIA+ Newcomers through Positive Spaces.