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Tuesday, January 25 • 10:00 - 10:45
(On-demand session released) Immediate Impacts of Employment Services for Newcomer Women

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Visible minority newcomer women often face significant barriers to finding and keeping good jobs. The Career Pathways for Visible Minority Newcomer Women pilot is an IRCC-funded project that aims to help visible minority newcomer women in their integration in the Canadian labour market. We evaluate the short-term impacts of four models that have been implemented by eight service-provider organizations.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Employment-related impacts of specialized programming for racialized newcomer women
  • Differential employment-related impacts for women with diverse characteristics
  • Use of photovoice by racialized newcomer women

Speakers
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Kim Lehrer

Senior Research Associate, Social Research and Demonstration Corporation
Kim Lehrer is a Senior Research Associate at Social Research and Demonstration Corporation (SRDC). She is an economist with extensive experience in impact evaluation, data collection, data management, questionnaire design, quantitative analysis and research dissemination.
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Susanna Gurr

Research Director, Social Research and Demonstration Corporation
Susanna Gurr is a Research Director at Social Research and Demonstration Corporation (SRDC). She has extensive experience in research and evaluation, including designing, implementing and reporting on local and national studies within social policy areas. She is a Credentialed Ev... Read More →


Tuesday January 25, 2022 10:00 - 10:45 EST