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Developing Baseline Measures and Success Indicators of LIP Initiative. Zenaida R. Ravanera University of Western Ontario. Welcoming Communities Initiative Governing Council Discussions and Review of Research Projects Chateau Laurier, November 17, 2011. Index.

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developing baseline measures and success indicators of lip initiative

Developing Baseline Measures and Success Indicators of LIP Initiative

Zenaida R. Ravanera

University of Western Ontario

Welcoming Communities Initiative

Governing Council Discussions and Review of Research Projects

Chateau Laurier, November 17, 2011

index
Index
  • Canadian Index of Well-being: How are Canadians Really Doing
  • Conference Board of Canada: Benchmarking the Attractiveness of Canadian Cities
  • Canadian Council on Learning: Composite Learning Index
project aim
Project Aim
  • Objective indicators of welcoming community
    • quality of welcome
    • areas in need of attention
  • Specific purposes of baseline data
    • Comparison over time
    • Comparison across LIPs
project team
Project Team
  • Faculty and Ph.D. Students
    • Psychology – Vicki Esses and Natalia Lapshina
    • Geography – Jason Gilliland and Claudia Rangel
    • Sociology/Demography – Rod Beaujot, Alexandra Bozheva, and Zenaida Ravanera
17 characteristics of welcoming communities
17 Characteristics of Welcoming Communities
  • Characteristics of a Welcoming Community Victoria M. Esses, Leah K. Hamilton, Caroline Bennett-AbuAyyash, and Meyer Burstein, March 2010
slide6
Data

Requirement

  • Relevance
    • Immigrant Status
  • LIP geographic areas
  • Comparability

Availability

  • Census
    • 2006, 2011
  • Surveys
    • General Social Surveys
    • Canadian Community Health Survey
  • Administrative & Other Data
    • Ontario 211
    • EQAO
    • Landing Data
    • Plans, Policies, etc. (web)
211 ontario
211 Ontario
  • Search terms
    • Immigr*
    • Diversity
    • Newcomer
    • Settlement
    • Cross cultural
    • Refugee
    • ESL

http://www.211ontario.ca/

other data with possibility
Other Data with Possibility
  • Education Quality and Accountability Office (EQAO)
    • Schools
    • Students
    • Link files?
  • Landing data
    • City Websites - Plans & Policies
plans
Plans
  • Analysis and Interpretation
  • Longer-Term
    • Data: Census, Administrative Data, Survey
    • Integration Measures
dimensions of social cohesion
Dimensions of Social Cohesion

Bernard, Paul. 1999. Social Cohesion: A Critique, CPRN Discussion Paper No. F09. Lien social et politiques – RIAC #41.

Dialectic of Democracy

Group level:

Social Cohesion

Individual level: Integration

deriving integration scores
Deriving Integration Scores

13.3%

23.3%

10.0%

5.0%

10.0%

5.0%

26.7%

46.7%

20.0%

10.0%

20.0%

10.0%

40.0%

70.0%

30.0%

15.0%

30.0%

15.0%

Integration Score 3 40-30-30

Integration Score 4

70-15-15