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. Research findings will shed light on innovative forms of a collective and multi-stakeholder decision-making process that is formal, consensus-oriented, and deliberative and could potentially be replicated by other LIPs across Canada and/or similar multi-stakeholder development initiatives.
Daniela dos Santos Pinto
Inter-Cultural Organization of Greater Victoria
Management of companies and enterprises
University of Victoria
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