This section includes documents that address issues related to equity and access, as well as, the full economic, political and cultural participation of immigrants and refugees in Canadian society.
Voting Rights for Permanent Residents in Municipal Elections: Citizen Engagement or Citizenship Devaluation?
OCASI is proud to announce the launch of our School of Social Justice (SSJ) in the Spring of 2013! We are now accepting applications until February 8th.
The documents attached to this page are meant for frontline workers dealing with the IFH cuts to help clarify them and also help people advocate for those affected.
In July 2012, OCASI was invited by the Committe for the Rights of the Child to submit a shadow report on the state of children's rights in Canada.
OCASI - Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants is launching ‘Making Ontario Home’, a new report based on extensive research carried out over a period of two years, on newcomers’ experience with use of services in Ontario.
Community groups release joint report, "State of Immigrant and Refugee Women`s Status in Canada – 2012”.
OCASI joins community groups to release report on immigrant and refugee women in Canada.
OCASI has a strong presence at the 14th National Metropolis Conference (Feb 29-Mar 3, 2012).
The Colour of Poverty Campaign Report Card includes grades for three main political parties based on their stated and actual commitment to promoting racial justice and equity in Ontario.