Join Cities of Migration for a webinar to learn about award-winning programs from Wellington, New Zealand and Toronto, Canada that improve language and digital literacy for immigrant families and youth by removing barriers to technology, promoting inter-generational tutoring, and strengthening community relations through education.
In Wellington, New Zealand, Computers in Homes (CIH) adapted a program that provides low income families with computers and training and modified it to cater specifically to refugee families and their unique needs.
In Toronto, Canada, Youth Empowering Parents (YEP) is an innovative, award-winning program that equips newcomer youth to teach newcomer adults English and computer skills.
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October 30 in North America
2:00 pm PDT Vancouver
3:00 pm MDT Edmonton, Denver
5:00 pm EDT Toronto, New York
October 31 in New Zealand, Australia
8:00 am AEDT Melbourne, Sydney
10:00 am NZDT Auckland, Wellington
September 24, 2014
If visible minorities and immigrants make up a growing population, why are they still largely absent from the city’s boardrooms and corridors of power? Enter programs like Diversity OnBoard (Toronto, Canada), and the West Midlands Civic leadership (Birmingham, United Kingdom) that are using practical strategies to close the diversity gap. Join Cities of Migration for an online discussion about what it takes to change the faces of civic and political leadership and connect public institutions to the talent they need for competitive growth.
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