Funded under the Welcoming Communities Initiative of Citizenship and Immigration Canada, this project is developed by the Research Resource Division for Refugees (RRDR) at Carleton University, in collaboration with John Samuel and Associates, Citizens for Public Justice, and the Canadian Ethnocultural Council. The project aims to provide an anti-racism tool in support of the work of immigrant-serving organizations. We have thus compiled an inventory of resources on racism and anti-racism in Canada, also consulting with a national advisory committee. It is our hope that the inventory will prove useful for service providers in helping newcomers (immigrants and refugees alike) settle, adapt, and integrate into Canadian society, as well as for other organizations and individuals who are involved in the broader anti-racism work and/or in welcoming newcomers to their local communities.
On this page, you will find a dynamic (database) version of the inventory searchable by various criteria, a static version of the inventory in different formats, a user’s guide for the searchable database, and a feedback form.