Topic: immigrants

Communication About Sexuality in Immigrant Families: A Guide for Service Providers (2008)

Revised in 2008, this manual is based on SERC’s in-depth workshop series for newcomer parents. Included are a range of “workshops” on various topics (for example, cross cultural issues, sexuality and culture, sexual development, communication in families). The manual includes facilitators’ notes... Read More...

Improving Access Project Environmental Scan Report (2005)

In 2005-2006 an environmental scan concerning existing services in Brandon and Winnipeg for immigrants and refugees infected with, affected by, or at risk for HIV was conducted to identify priorities. Read More...

Improving Access to Services for Immigrant and Refugee Communities Needs Assessment, Final Report (2007)

The objective of this project was to identify the HIV-related health and social service needs of immigrants and refugees in Brandon and Winnipeg. Findings were meant to assist in programming and service delivery and in supporting advocacy efforts for more accessible, effective and culturally... Read More...

Keeping Your Body Healthy

This booklet contains information on reproductive tract infections and HIV for men and women in the following languages: Amharic, Arabic, English, French, Oromo, Somali, Spanish, Swahili, Tigrigna. An easy to read male and female reproductive tract diagram also included at the back of this booklet. Read More...

Knowledge into Action: Towards Better Health for African Newcomers Project (2012)

This report describes a workshop conducted with leaders from African communities in Winnipeg. The workshop's objectives were to identify priority health/social needs in ethno or language specific communities that increase vulnerability to HIV, and increase knowledge about HIV and... Read More...

Newcomer Youth and Sexuality Round Table Report (April 2012)

In November 2011, SERC hosted a meeting of service providers and newcomer youth leaders, to discuss trends, issues, gaps and needs among service providers in providing sexuality education and information to the youth they serve. This report summarizes the discussion and recommendations put forward... Read More...

Our Families Can Talk About Anything: First Quarter Activities and Evaluation Report (2011-2012)

“Our Families Can Talk About Anything!”: Culture, Adaptation, Intergenerational Communication and Sexuality in Immigrant and Refugee Communities (2011-2012) This is the first quarter activities and evaluation report.  Read More...

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