Responding to community needs, the FCJ Refugee Centre developed workshops for communities and front-line workers that serve vulnerable new comer sectors, non-status and precarious migrant populations.
We specially thank Law Foundation’s Access to Justice Fund because they have been supporting a lot of the work that FCJ Refugee Centre does through the Popular Education Program. For many years the Law Foundation has been supporting our workshops, presentations and informative sessions like the Ready Tour and RAD info-session.
Spring Calendar 2017
UNDERSERVED COMMUNITIES LGBTQ+ MIGRATION POPULATION
CITIZENSHIP AND IMMIGRATION CHANGES PRESENTATION
TOOL-KIT: UNDERSERVED COMMUNITIES RESEARCH (This tool-kit was made possible by the generosity of UNIFOR The Union)
PRESENTATIONS : UNDERSERVED COMMUNITIES RESEARCH
(These presentations were made possible by the generosity of UNIFOR The Union)
Refugee Changes Refugee Claim Applications
Roundtable series: Building Collaboration to Combat Human Trafficking in the City of Toronto.
Presentations October 28-29 2013
Human Trafficking Forum on Forced Labour, April 2013
Forced Labour – Urban Context
International Legal Perspectives on Human Trafficking
IOM – labour trafficking – international perspective
Migrant worker rights and rural labour settings
Temporary Resident Permits
The situation of forced labour trafficking internationally and the work of the ILO