As part of OCASI's commitment to achieving equality, access and full participation for immigrants and refugees in every aspect of Canadian life, the Council offer internship, volunteer and placement opportunities for students and others seeking work experience.
OCASI is committed to anti-oppression and employment equity.
The primary objective of this project is to build the leadership capacity of NSRI women to shape and inform policies and services addressing GBV. We recognize that NSRI women constitute a diverse group with intersecting identities across race, ethnicity, class, age, sexuality, gender identity, ability, etc. At the same time, there are structural barriers that NSRI women have in common, which impact their access to safety, healing, and freedom from GBV. Our approach engages NSRI women as leaders in developing solutions to GBV – solutions that address structural barriers while accounting for the diversity of NSRI women’s experiences and communities. To develop the leadership capacity of NSRI women, our project combines two promising practices currently being developed by our project partners:
Application deadline: Friday, April 12, 2019 - 5:00pm