GBC and CultureLink partnered on this social innovation project to help Canadian newcomers (with advanced degrees) on their journey to belongingness in Canadian workplaces. The goal of this research is to shed light on the actual needs of this sector and contribute to capacity of settlement organizations, human resources’ training departments, and job training centers to effectively and efficiently bring newcomers into the workforce.
Community Guide to Cancer Nutrition
About 2 in 5 Canadians will develop cancer in their lifetime; as people overcome these cancers, they look for ways to improve their general health and wellness, in addition to medical intervention; as such, there’s a growing need for a well–researched cancer nutrition guide.
This project is a partnership among GBC, Parkdale Activity Recreation Center (PARC), and Housing and Homeless Service at St Stephen’s Community House (SSCH). This research project will gather quantitative and qualitative evidence of the critical components of transformative education, which will subsequently be employed to develop, pilot and evaluate an innovative model of transformational education.
Designing and implementing acculturation strategies in Canadian newcomer integration programs
This Project is a partnership between GBC and CultureLink. The main purpose is to contribute to capacity of settlement organizations and job training centers to effectively and efficiently bring newcomers into the workforce.
Partnership for Applied Research to Support the Development and Evaluation of the Post-Secondary Students with Disabilities Network (PSDNet)
The Postsecondary Students with Disabilities Network (PSDNet) is a social innovation network promoting the self-determination and social development of PSE students with disabilities across Ontario. PSDNet will be a virtual network…