Women

Déclaration d’OCASI sur la Charte des valeurs québécoises

Comme organisme engagé dans les droits des personnes et l'équité, OCASI- Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants est profondément préoccupé par le fait que la Charte des valeurs québécoises proposée, va discriminer et marginaliser les femmes et les hommes appartenant aux groupes et communautés en quête d'équité.

Opportunity to Comment on Ontario's Child Care Modernization

 

On June 27, 2012, the Ministry of Education released a discussion paper “Modernizing Child Care in Ontario: Sharing Conversations, Strengthening Partnerships, Working Together,” to begin a conversation on child care modernization. The paper outlines the government's long term vision for child care and seeks feedback on targeted medium-term objectives that will help us achieve that vision over the next three years.

Report: State of Immigrant and Refugee Women in Canada

 

Community groups concerned about the status of immigrant and refugee women due to the change in government policy and direction over the last five years came together to compile a joint report on issues of mutual concern. The focus was on the impact of some of the major changes in the area of immigration policy and practice.

Community Groups and Women’s Organizations Oppose Conditional Visa for Sponsored Spouses

 

Toronto/April 25, 2011 - Refugee and immigrants rights groups, legal clinics, and women's organizations are calling on all federal parties to reject a proposed change to Canada's immigration law that will make women more vulnerable to violence and abuse.