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Towards an Integrated Immigrant Services Delivery System in Durham Region – Research and Considerations for Moving Forward

March 15, 2018 • 1 min read

This report was written to respond to the need in Durham region by examining an integrated immigrant services delivery system. Based largely on the views of newcomers, the report tells why such a system of settlement services is needed. An overview of the literature on integrated service delivery is included. The use of community hubs as an approach (to such a system of service delivery) is discussed which includes various aspects of the community hubs model using Ontario examples.

 

Towards an Integrated Immigrant Services Delivery System in Durham Region

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