The InterCultural Association (ICA) of Greater Victoria leads the establishment of Immigrant and Refugees Canadas prominent multi-stakeholders strategy named Local Immigration Partnership to engage diverse groups to better coordinate, avoid duplication, and enhance the current settlement and integration services aimed at immigrant well-being. This research will observe the process of community-level planning, particularly the development of outcome and performance measurement indicators towards a sustainable multi-level collaborative governance.
The overall purpose of the Community Partnership Network (CPN) of the Inter-Cultural Association of Greater Victoria (ICA) is to develop the Capital Regions capacity to more effectively attract, welcome and integrate newcomers into our community, workplaces, organizations and institutions. Through this research project, the CPN will develop a wellfounded and sustainable Local Immigrant Partnership (LIP) based on an analysis of the assets and barriers for newcomer integration in the Capital Regional District.
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