Since 1976, CRIAW-ICREF has been researching and documenting the economic and social situation of women in Canada. Using intersectional frameworks, they have developed and undertaken a variety of important, groundbreaking research that is women centred, many of which are showcased on the site.
This Resource Pack is meant to be a practical toolkit for youth work in the context of intercultural communication. It contains a set of tools and methods for youth activities, some personal insights of other youth workers involved in intercultural communication projects as well as theoretical inputs and references for further work in this area. Further material avaiable on the website
The European Wergeland Centre (EWC) is a resource centre on education for intercultural understanding, human rights and democratic citizenship.
As a member of the commonly referred to "Indian Group of Seven", Janvier is a pioneer of contemporary Canadian aboriginal art in Canada.
The resource was designed to encourage people to think about and learn from intercultural encounters they have had either face to face or through visual media such as such as television, magazines, films, the Internet, etc. Further material can be found on the website, notably Images of Others: An Autobiography of Intercultural Encounters through Visual Media (AIEVM) - this site can accessed only upon authentification, I would propose to skip this sentence.
The Autobiography is a set of learning materials structured within the model of intercultural competences that includes four elements:
- Knowledge and skills
- Attitudes and feelings
WTC works to ensure political commitment to addressing and removing barriers that many women face in accessing essential services, providing advice on advocacy and political awareness raising.
This is a manual for human rights education with young people. Further material available on the website.
Crossing Borders Education sponsors and helps to create intercultural resources, films, and travel programs that empower individuals to view the world from multiple perspectives.
The Ottawa Local Immigration Partnership (OLIP) is a multi-sectoral partnership involving 60 local organizations working on a shared vision and common priorities designed to build local capacity to attract, settle, and integrate immigrants. This website includes a section on best resources.