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Leadership Program: Information Session

Alberta Network of Immigrant Women

Monday, 19 August 2013 from 5:30 AM to 6:30 PM (MDT)

Leadership Program: Information Session

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Come join us for a presentation on ANIW's The Explorations in Citizen Leadership Program.  This event is for potential participants to get more information on the program design, delivery and goals.

This program encompasses developing transferable skills to all aspects of life and to any discipline that include career development, skills development, management or executive leadership.

The Information Session will allow you to

  • Meet facilitators 
  • Q & A  with facilitators
  • Submit application forms
  • Bursaries available

We invite you to come with family, friends and colleagues to learn more about this new innovative leadership program for immigrant men and women.

We look forward to seeing you!

Have questions about Leadership Program: Information Session? Contact Alberta Network of Immigrant Women

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Alberta Network of Immigrant Women (ANIW)
Edmonton Trail Northeast
Calgary, AB

Monday, 19 August 2013 from 5:30 AM to 6:30 PM (MDT)

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Alberta Network of Immigrant Women

A proud history of empowering immigrant women, and a future of even greater possibilities…


For the last 25 years, the Alberta Network of Immigrant Women has connected and empowered immigrant women across the province, leading and supporting initiatives that foster equality, justice, and learning. The Network has shared its innovative research on issues that impact the integration of immigrant women and their families within our society, and has worked effectively with other partners and stakeholders to bring our recommendations to reality.


What we do


The Network is adaptive and evolutionary, changing its research and programming focus as needed to remain connected to the interests and needs of women who are building a new life in Canada. Immigrant women are themselves effective and committed community builders, working to develop opportunities for their families, themselves, and their surrounding community.


Our role is to connect and support immigrant women in these efforts. The Network is uniquely positioned to understand their concerns, and to work across various community and government agencies to encourage effective collaboration in delivering programs and services.


How we do it


The Network has developed and follows a rigorous project cycle that starts with research, providing an evidence-based approach to building education and training that assists immigrant women in dealing with issues or realizing opportunities in their communities. Key to our efforts is  engaged and committed partnerships with women’s organizations, ethno-cultural groups, and other social sector and governmental agencies that work with immigrant communities.

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