A community-based partnership that collaborates across sectors
to influence systemic change and results for the impactful integration
and well-being of immigrants, refugees, and those new to Canada.
March 16-18, 2023
VLIP and Little Mountain Neighbourhood House will be at Metropolis Conference in Ottawa this March 16 - 18, 2023.
VLIP Co-Managers Koyali and Farah, and Diane from LMNH will present during this event.
Check out Koyali's presentation on Sat. Mar. 18 from 11-12:15PM.
There will be a panel discussion around
Reducing the Gaps Between Opportunity and Responsibility Along the Study-Work-Stay Pathway: Ensuring Success for Urban and Rural International Students in BC
Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination - Panel Discussion
March 20, 2023
9AM - 3PM
In partnership with LIPs across the lower mainland, we are coming together to hold a panel discussion on Monday, March 20, from 9AM -3PM at the Ismaili Centre, in Vancouver.
Hear from panelists Elder Colleen Pierre from Katzie Nation, Jennifer Reddy School Trustee, and Samir Traore SFU VP Equity, Diversity & Inclusion presenting on Racism Through and indigenous, local, provincial and educational lens – Approaching systemic barriers through a variety of contexts.
Vancouver Local Immigration Partnership
The Vancouver Local Immigration Partnership (VLIP) brings individuals and organizations together in a Partnership that strives to develop and implement processes and policies to make Vancouver a more welcoming and equitable place for both newcomers and residents.
Passionate about supporting newcomers in Vancouver?
We're looking for you.
The Vancouver Local Immigration Partnership (VLIP) is group of like-minded organizations and individuals, from diverse experiences and a variety of sectors, that come together to:
- Collaborate, innovate, and implement strategies aimed at improving access to resources and services.
- Help newcomers to thrive in Vancouver.
Territorial Land Acknowledgement with Gratitude:
In the spirit of Truth & Reconciliation, the Vancouver Local Immigration Partnership recognizes that our collective work is carried out on the traditional, ancestral, unceded and occupied territories of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and səlilwətaɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.
Vancouver Local Immigration Partnership values and respects the history and legacy of Coast Salish peoples’ knowledge through ongoing contributions towards building our futures together.