A call to nominations is now open for the Pathways to Prosperity (P2P) research project Developing an Evidence Base and Sharing Settlement and Integration Practices that Work.
P2P is seeking nominations of promising practices from a variety of stakeholders involved in the settlement and integration of immigrants and refugees across Canada. Practices do not have to be IRCC funded to be nominated. A set of promising practices will be selected and featured on the P2P website through videos and accompanying briefs (click here for examples).
Definition of a Promising Practice:
Promising practices are innovative practices that have an objective basis for claiming effectiveness in achieving their stated aims and that have the potential for replication. Thus, promising practices are defined in terms of their innovation and effectiveness, which can be empirically measured as successful outcomes of the practice. Because the areas of practice we are profiling in this round are focused on responses to the pandemic and the changes it has required, preliminary evidence of effectiveness will be accepted in this round.
The Call for Nominations will close on January 22, 2021 at 11:59 pm (PST).
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