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Canadian Council for Refugees

The CCR was created in 1978 and has grown steadily since then. It has come to be recognized as a key advocate for refugee and immigrant rights in Canada, educating the public and putting issues onto the agenda of the various players in immigration and refugee law and policy in Canada, including parliamentarians, Citizenship and Immigration Canada, Canada Border Services Agency, and the Immigration and Refugee Board. Many of the national media also consult the CCR as a reliable and accurate voice on breaking refugee issues. We currently have over 180 member organizations across Canada. Website: www.ccrweb.ca/eng/engfront/frontpage.htm
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Supporting Next Steps in Integration Initiatives. An Inventory of Opportunities and Needs in the Integration of Resettled Refugees

August 2004 | Publisher: Canadian Council for Refugees | Document type: Policy/Position Papers

Clarifying Next Steps in Supporting Integration Initiatives and New and Emerging Resettlement Countries, Proposal to the Annual Tripartite Consultations, June 2003

June 2003 | Publisher: Canadian Council for Refugees | Document type: Policy/Position Papers

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