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Promising Practice: Indigenous Dialogue Circles – AMSSA
Credit: Pathways to Prosperity Canada
Promising Practice: Indigenous Dialogue Circles
Organizations: Affiliation of Multicultural Societies and Service Agencies of BC (AMSSA)
Project Title: Sharing Settlement and Integration Practices that Work
Pathways to Prosperity has been contracted by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) to share innovative promising practices in immigrant settlement and integration with an empirical basis for their effectiveness. To date we have produced 31 videos and briefs for this purpose, and over the next five years we will be producing an additional 34 videos and accompanying briefs on promising practices, targeting a range of service areas, providers, and client groups.
Promising practices are innovative practices that have an objective basis for claiming effectiveness in achieving their stated aims and 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 practices. Our approach focuses not only on identifying truly promising practices, but on analyzing and sharing key features that can be replicated. Promising practices may have faced challenges in their initial implementation, and these challenges are also considered and analyzed so that others can learn from these experiences.
The project is co-led by the Affiliation of Multicultural Societies and Service Agencies of BC (AMSSA). The Canadian Immigrant Settlement Sector Alliance (CISSA-ACSEI) and Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants (OCASI) are central partners.
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