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SP Forum 2024

February 2024 | NSIIP

Leveraging Collective Impact: Community Service Providers as Champions of Im/migrant Inclusion
Join us for the annual Service Providers’ Forum to learn about current im/migrant trends on the North Shore, how NPOs are doing more with less and how we can accelerate im/migrant inclusion (and equity) together.

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“NSIIP builds and maintains an indispensible of local community supporters for me to meet and collaborate with to create opportunities to build welcoming and inclusive environments together”

Strategic Priorities 2023-2028

December 2023 | NSIIP

This report is the culmination of a process of strategic review and renewal focused on examining the emerging needs of im/migrant communities across the North Shore in order to identify future NSIIP priorities.

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“Participating in NSIIP has heightened staff awareness related to belonging and inclusion”

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Building an Inclusive North Shore

The North Shore Immigrant Inclusion Partnership (NSIIP) is a coalition of 30+ community agencies and institutions focused on improving the settlement outcomes of new immigrants. 

Through collaboration with our partners, we aim to work towards a vision of an inclusive North Shore where everyone has a sense of belonging. We support projects and lead initiatives that aim to ensure all immigrants have opportunities to fully participate economically, socially, and civically in our North Shore communities.

Strategic Priorities

Health and Well-being

Im/migrants access a wide range of coordinated, culturally relevant services on the North Shore that support their health and well-being as individuals and families.

Social Belonging

Newcomers and long-time residents build meaningful relationships that foster a sense of belonging in safe, connected North Shore communities.

Economic Inclusion

Im/migrants are economically integrated in the community and their skills, knowledge, and expertise are recognized as integral to building a vibrant North Shore economy.

Civic Engagement

Im/migrants are actively engaged in civic life and guide the growth and development of equitable North Shore communities.

Our Partners

Municipal Governments

District of West Vancouver, District of North Vancouver, City of North Vancouver

Community Service Providers

Impact North Shore, Family Services of the North Shore, North Shore Community Resources, North Shore Neighbourhood House, Silver Harbour Seniors' Centre, and more

Arts, Culture & Recreation

North Van Arts, Presentation House Theatre, North Vancouver Recreation & Culture, MONOVA, and more

Health & Education

North Vancouver and West Vancouver School Districts, Libraries, First Responders & Police, and more

Local Businesses & Employers

WorkBC, North & West Vancouver Chambers of Commerce, Vancity, Business Improvement Associations, and more

The North Shore Immigrant Inclusion Partnership honors and recognizes that our collective work is carried out on the traditional, ancestral, unceded, and occupied territories of the Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), Səl̓ílwətaɬ  (Tsleil-Waututh), and  xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (MusqueamPeoples.

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