Guide to Indo-Chinese Refugee Settlement in Ontario.

by Ontario. Ministry of Culture and Recreation. Citizenship Division

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printed and web-based materials, general housing services, accommodation for refugees, tenant supports, and organizations and networks with longer-term housing objectives. Settlement services. In Canada, settlement policy is administered through various public and nonprofit service providers, referred to as the “settlement sector.”. The Canadian Council for Refugees (CCR) and our LGBTQ+ Refugee Programs Director, Aleks Dughman-Manzur, holds the Vice-Presidency. The Sponsorship Agreement Holders Association (SAH Association), and sit on their Equity and Inclusion Committee. 2SLGBTQ+ Service Provider Network. LGBTQ+ Settlement Network of Toronto. A tool kit that provides guiding principles for gender equity work in the immigrant and refugee serving sector, explores gender analysis in detail, offers immigrant and refugee scenarios, examines how different aspects of our identity intersect with gender, looks at key recommendations for the sector, and provides a glossary of terms. Consider this Guide to Action to be your invitation to build on what we learned in the first year of research. This Guide is for congregational leaders and congregational members. It’s for immigrants, refugees, and Canadian-born alike. As the title of this Guide suggests, we invite you all to join us in “finding our way” together.

The Settlement Department, located on the second floor, offers a variety of services to refugees and newcomers after they have arrived in Canada. Staff can help newcomers find a place to live, learn a new language, obtain Canadian documents, prepare for employment, .   The mid s saw increases in the number of refugees and humanitarian entrants from Eastern Europe (Poland, Czechoslovakia, Hungary and Romania), the Middle East (Lebanon and Iran), Afghanistan, Sri Lanka, East Timor and Latin America (El Salvador and Chile), with continued, though declining, settlement of refugees from Indochina. In , Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada is investing more than $ million (outside of Quebec) to support the settlement needs of newcomers and refugees. Once they are here, all resettled refugees have access to the full suite of settlement supports and services provided by specialized Service Provider Organizations. Settlement Process. Government Assisted Refugees (GARS) “Resettlement” is the term used by Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) to describe the legal process of bringing a refugee to Canada to live as a permanent resident. There are three categories for refugees in Canada who are resettled from overseas (GARS) and gain permanent.

  Likewise, refugees had to avoid Continental and militia detachments that actively patrolled the region. Once clear of enemy territory, refugees crossed Lake Ontario at Oswego or followed the southern shore of the lake to the Niagara River. The trip along the Niagara was often difficult, especially in time of spring floods. Fort Ontario Refugees: How They Won Their Freedom. Salt Lake City: Heritage Arts, (Oversize HV J4 S5 ) [Find in a library near you] A documented chronicle of the campaign by the residents of the Fort Ontario Emergency Refugee Shelter to gain their freedom and the right to stay in the United States. OCASI is currently seeking a content developer to update and revise this guide to produce a third edition. Book Title: Immigrant Settlement Counselling: A Training Guide. Target: Frontline practitioners & community workers of immigrant and refugee services organizations looking to improve existing services. Cornwall is a city in Eastern Ontario, Canada, and the seat of the United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and ll is Ontario's easternmost city, located on the Saint Lawrence River in the Quebec City–Windsor Corridor along Ontario Highway , and is the urban centre for surrounding communities, including Long Sault and Ingleside to the west, Mohawk Territory of Akwesasne to the.

Guide to Indo-Chinese Refugee Settlement in Ontario. by Ontario. Ministry of Culture and Recreation. Citizenship Division Download PDF EPUB FB2

This resource guide is primarily for refugee claimants who have arrived in Toronto. It can also be used by organizations that help refugees. The guide provides infor-mation about claiming refugee status and about housing, social services, legal and health services for refugee claimants in.

This book is based on the content of that course. Part 1 covers history, policy, and laws pertaining to immigration to Ontario, while Part 2 addresses the basics of the immigrant and refugee-serving sector, the nature of settlement work, and ways to support newcomers in working through common barriers and challenges to their successful integration.

This guide provides general information about the refugee protection process. It is not a legal document. For more precise legal information, please see the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act, the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations and the Refugee Protection Division Rules.

You can find all of these documents on the IRB website at:   Synopsis. Bridging Two Worlds provides teachers, school administrators and counsellors with the knowledge and practical resources to deliver more informed and culturally responsive career development and guidance to newcomer and refugee youth from Kindergarten to Grade This book and the study upon which it is based grew out of the Canadian spirit of cultural diversity and inclusivity.

Settlement workers are available at City Hall ( Queen St. W., main floor rotunda) from a.m. to p.m., Monday to Friday, to assist newcomers and refugees with the following free and confidential services: Accessing interpretation or translation assistance; Help.

Syrian Refugee Settlement in Ontario The purpose of this memo is to continue to provide you with information around the Syrian refugee settlement in Ontario, as well as the children and youth that will attend provide a template to guide Guide to Indo-Chinese Refugee Settlement in Ontario.

book collection of data in the near future. /3. Resources (Updated Septem ) Here at OCRA, we've used the resources below to learn more about refugee resettlement in Ottawa and Canada. Use them to educate yourself and recruit your own networks.

All documents are in the public domain and are provided for information only. (Where documents are starred * an Arabic translation is listed below.). Immigration Settlement Counselling: A Training Guide (OCASI, ) defines settlement as "a long-term, dynamic, two-way process through which, ideally, immigrants would achieve full equality and freedom of participation in society, and society would gain access to the full human resource potential in its immigrant communities".

Information and resources for immigrants to Ontario. Topics include recreation, employment, health, ESL and social services. There is a useful "Ontario by Region" section, helping you to find out more about a specific area or city. is a website that provides information for newcomers.

Onyou will find current information on topics such as employment, education, healthcare, and housing. also provides access to local immigrant-serving agencies, multilingual information, and an online community for those seeking answers to their resettlement questions.

encouraged Indo-Chinese refugee’s resettlement in new countries was adopted by 74 countries including Japan. From to11, Indo-Chinese refugees were admitted to stay in Japan (RHQ, ).1 Out of them, 3, were boat people who came to Japan by boat and 4, came to Japan from refugee camps in Asia (ibid).

In the same. Making a Refugee Claim at the Border Making a Refugee Claim An Information Guide at a Canadian Border 1 Make a Refugee Claim At The Border 2 Eligibility Immigration decides if you are eligible to make A refugee yes, you receive a package of documents Citizenship and.

Implications for settlement 17 CASE STUDY 2: MS Y 18 3. WORKING WITH SPECIFIC REFUGEE POPULATIONS 21 Refugee communities 22 Refugee women 24 Refugee men 25 Refugee families 26 Children and young people 27 Older refugees 28 CASE STUDY 3: MRS C 30 4.

SKILLS FOR SOCIAL WORKERS WORKING WITH REFUGEES 33 Identifying. Between and60, refugees from Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia came to Canada.

I was the federal coordinator for the Indochinese movement in the Ontario region during those years. Today, I am actively engaged in the Syrian movement as a volunteer.

The study reveals a complex picture of youth migration, settlement, and social inclusion in Windsor, Ontario. Immigrant and refugee youth are active social actors who in relation to their unique migration experiences and biographies attempt to craft a life for themselves and their family.

Supporting English Language Learners: A practical guide for Ontario educators, Grades 1 to 8 (, p. 17) This monograph offers a framework for reflecting on current practice and taking a whole-school approach to the successful integration of students with refugee backgrounds in the school community.

The project, which is supported by the Government of Ontario, Ontario Women‘s Directorate, involves developing and delivering training for settlement service providers and for any workers who frequently provide services to immigrant, refugee and undocumented victims, but who do not have extensive knowledge of woman abuse issues.

If your refugee claim or Pre-Removal Risk Assessment (PRRA) is accepted, it means you have “protected person” status in Canada and you can apply for a health card under the Ontario Health Insurance Program (OHIP).

Through OHIP, Ontario pays for many healthcare services. Once you apply for OHIP and are approved, you’ll get a health card to prove that you’re covered by OHIP. This article has information about how to dispose of books, cars, renovation materials, fabrics and clothes, hazardous waste and more.

Where should I live in Ontario. This is a very important decision. Where you live will affect your entire experience of moving to Canada. You need to make an informed decision about where to live in Ontario.

two settlement agencies in the Greater Toronto Area, the Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants (OCASI) and the Refugee Sponsorship Training Program (RSTP). The purpose of the interviews was to gather information about the challenges, gaps and needs of frontline settlement workers from others in the sector who work closely with them.

See this comparison of rates for Ontario Works, Ontario Disability Support Program or the Resettlement Assistance Program for government-assisted refugees). Refugee families are also eligible to apply for financial and food assistance and community housing options just like.

Resource Committee on Refugee Sponsorships and Settlement. The Resource Committee on Refugee Sponsorships and Resettlement in Northumberland County is a core group of government and community agencies that provides support and coordination to refugee-sponsorship groups as well as support for resettlement when sponsored families arrive in our community.

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Monday, September 28. Immigration Matters and Refugee Status The process of arriving in Canada as a refugee, sponsoring family members or getting permanent residency status can be challenging.

Learn about Canada’s immigration system and what newcomers can expect when they first arrive in Ontario. Article content.

Two years in, about 2, Syrian refugees have resettled and more are arriving soon. The story is just beginning for London’s Syrian. refugees.5 Trends in government funding for settlement services is, therefore, a critical issue of public policy. Yet there is little scholarship or data on this topic.

Newcomer settlement and integration programming for refugees and immigrants in Canada represents a significant amount of IRCC’s budget. This programming includes. Useful Information in Arabic. Newcomers will find useful information about immigration and citizenship, housing, health, employment, education, community and legal services all translated into Arabic at nship and Immigration Canada has also produced a booklet called Welcome to Canada and the Ontario province introduced Orientation to Ontario.

The mural pays homage to the refugee slave settlement — one of the first in Canada, founded in — that was the original site of present-day Lucan. We. Who may be sponsored. The PSR program is strictly for sponsoring refugees and persons in refugee-like situations.

Under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations, persons who may qualify as refugees for Canada’s refugee and humanitarian resettlement program are grouped into 2 categories, or “classes”: Convention Refugees Abroad and Country of Asylum.

The International Conference on Indo-Chinese Refugees brought Viet Nam and the Lao People's Democratic Republic to the table for the first time, along with.

Ab refugees remained in Vietnam; most were being encouraged to integrate into the local community, though a limited number continued to emigrate. III. Although the root of the Indochina refugee crisis is in Hanoi, the immediate impact is thus being felt throughout Southeast Asia-and much farther afield.Chinese people in India are separate communities with separate origins and settlement.

There are permanent communities descended from immigrants and refugees from China and the other is an expatriate community in India on a temporary basis. The immigrant community started centuries ago and became more prominent in the late 18th century with arrivals working at the ports in Calcutta and .Between andaboutrefugees from Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos resettled in the U.S.

They passed through two initiatives: the Refugee Parole Program and the Orderly Departure Program. Voluntary agencies, sponsors, and programs managed by the Indochinese Refugee Resettlement Office offered help.

As a result, Minnesota was one of ten states that accepted the .