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Stop the Cuts to Public Services in Ontario

The Rights of Non-Status Women Network (RNSWN) firmly opposes the cuts to, and lack of funding for, public services in Ontario as proposed in the 2019 provincial budget (Bill 100). Since the budget has not yet passed second reading, the … Continue reading

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New Research on Sanctuary City Toronto

Check out our latest research report on the experiences of Non-Status Persons accessing City of Toronto Services. Read a Summary of the Report Read the Full Report

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Spring Forum: Sanctuary Cities and the Future of Regularization

Wednesday, May 24, 2017 from 9:30 to 4:00 p.m. at University of Toronto Please join us for our spring forum, a biannual networking and information sharing event. The forum’s morning panel will present individuals’ and front line workers’ struggles and … Continue reading

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Join us! Forum on Detention & Deportation: Strategies for Frontline Workers

Full details and to RSVP: https://rnswnnovember2015.eventbrite.ca

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Self-Care Strategies: Infographic & Toolkit

We would like to share a graphic we’ve created of self-care strategies generated by many of you at our symposium. It was so inspiring to see the diverse range of strategies we use to take care of ourselves and each … Continue reading

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Forum Presentations: Health Care, Self-Care & Community Care

Presentations from our April forum are now up! Check it >> Health Care and Immigration Status – Legal Issues by C Mazgarean (PDF file) Cuts to the IFHP by M Rashid (PDF file) Migrants and the Uninsured in Canada by M Spence (PDF … Continue reading

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Spring Symposium: Agenda

“Health Care, Self-Care & Community Care” Spring Symposium Wednesday, April 15, 2015 9:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. The 519 Church Street Community Centre ~This 1-day symposium is for service providers, legal and medical professionals, advocates, students, and community members concerned … Continue reading

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