1. Fostering Safe Spaces for Dialogue and Relationship-building Between Newcomers and Indigenous Peoples

By Aliraza Alidina,
Darrien Morton
& Jenna Wirch

January 16, 2020

This report discusses wise practices for the relationship-building process between Newcomers and Indigenous Peoples, as well as recommendations for the development of an orientation toolkit for newcomers. The project was sponsored by The Winnipeg Foundation through the Emerging Leaders Fellowship (ELF) program with the requirement to work with a local registered charitable organization – in this case, Immigration Partnership Winnipeg – to help build our community. This report is accessible under limited copyright protection. As long as this report is accurately and completely credited and not used for commercial motives, you may download, distribute, photocopy, cite or excerpt this document.

2. Supported Transitions:
Effective Educational Approaches for Older Refugee Youth with Interrupted Schooling 

By NICOLE JOWETT
With contributions from Ray Silvius,

Abdikheir Ahmed,
and Noëlle DePape.

February 12, 2020

The research was conducted throughout 2019 in collaboration with the Newcomer Education Coalition, with financial support from the Child and Youth Refugee Research Coalition (CYRRC). The research examined the experiences of older refugee youth with interrupted schooling, explored features of effective educational approaches and identified opportunities to collectively develop programming options and associated supports for these youth. This report is accessible under limited copyright protection. As long as this report is accurately and completely credited and not used for commercial motives, you may download, distribute, photocopy, cite or excerpt this document.

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