Integration — Net

— Description: Resources for Immigrant-Serving Organizations to Understand and Fight Racism in Canada.” This inventory is prepared in collaboration with John Samuel and Associates, Citizens for Public Justice, and the Canadian Ethnocultural Council, with funding from the Welcoming Communities Initiative of Citizenship and Immigration Canada — Keywords: church, racism, social justice — External Links: http://www.integration-net.ca

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Naming Racism: Speaking Truth to Power

— Description: Making Waves, Volume 4(2)L 2004. Women’s Inter-Church Council of Canada. Toronto A hands-on resource for congregations. Looks at Canadian churches’ history of racism, provides Bible studies and liturgical resources, exercises to help understand systemic racism and how to bring about change, stories of how to be an ally and an outline of anti-racism policies of Canadian religious organizations. Order from wicc@wicc.org. — Keywords: church, racism, social justice

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That All May Be One: A Resource for Educating toward Racial Justice

Edited by Wenh-In Ng — Description: 2004: United Church Publishing House This handbook provides material for reflection, education and action to help individuals and congregations recognize, resist and eliminate racism. It contains excellent reflections and workshops designed to give life to the United Church anti-racism policy. Available from the United Church of Canada Resource Distribution Centre. — Keywords: diversity, cultural sensitivity, anti-racism, policy, church development, training, United Church, social justice — External Links: http://www.ucrdstore.ca/that-all-may-be-one-brochure-an-introduction-to-the-united-church-s-anti-racism-policy.html

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Activate

Blog of the Centre for Faith and Public Life — Description: The Centre for Faith and Public Life is located in Ottawa, Ontario, only blocks from Parliament Hill and the Supreme Court of Canada. The CFPL promotes biblical principles, from an evangelical perspective, on matters of law and public policy. For more information about the EFC, please visit our website, contact us at activatecfpl@evangelicalfellowship.ca. For detailed and calling information go to www.EvangelicalFellowship.ca/ContactUs. — Keywords: immigration, public policy, laws, social justice, worship, church, evangelism

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Anglican Resources for Multicultural Sunday

— Description: Designating and celebrating the Feast of Pentecost as a Multicultural Sunday allows the Anglican Diocese of Toronto to embody a vision to recognize the value of diversity in building communities of hope and compassion as expressed in Ephesians 2:19: So then you are no longer strangers and sojourners, but you are fellow citizens with the saints and members of the household of God. It is our hope that these parish resources will help reflect and act on what it means to be a multicultural church. — Keywords: church planting, Christian ministry, newcomers, missions, immigrant services, multicultural, social justice, new Canadians, immigrant, foreigner, alien, migrant, intercultural, diversity, cross-cultural, missional, commission, church development, worship, church, evangelism — External Links: http://www.toronto.anglican.ca/parish-life/diversity-resources

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State of Immigrant and Refugee Women’s Status in Canada – 2012

— Abstract: This joint report is a brief summary of some of the major developments in federal policy and practice as they impact on immigrant and refugee women in Canada, covering the five year period 2006-11. — Keywords: demographics, new Canadians, foreigner, sojourner, alien, migrant, migrant worker, temporary worker, diaspora, displaced, gateway cities, global, immigration, laws, social justice, public policy, women —

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