NUNAVUT INUIT SUSTAINABLE HOUSING INDEX

Aperçu

De 2022 à 2024, l'AEC et l'Institut Metropolis, en partenariat avec Nunavut Tunngavik Incorporated (NTI) et les organisations inuites du Nunavut, élaboreront conjointement un continuum de logement inclusif pour les 25 communautés du Nunavut et concevront conjointement un outil d'évaluation multidimensionnel qui fournira des données actuelles et historiques sur les parcours économiques, sociaux, culturels et liés à la santé des peuples Nunavummiut.

L’objectif global du NISHI est de faciliter l’amélioration des résultats en matière de logement pour les communautés inuites du Nunavut en renforçant la capacité des organisations et des communautés inuites à identifier les besoins et atouts actuels en matière de logement, et à fournir une information actualisée et accessible aux membres des communautés, chercheurs, décideurs politiques, et autres parties prenantes clés. 

 

Le processus conceptuel et technique est supervisé par un comité consultatif d’experts composé de représentants d’organisations telles que Nunavut Tunngavik Inc, Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami, la Société Makivik, la Société canadienne d’hypothèques et de logement, Statistique Canada, le gouvernement du Nunavut, le Institute for Health and Social Policy de l’Université McGill et plus encore. 

 

Pour plus d’informations sur le NISHI ou pour savoir comment vous pouvez participer à cette initiative de collaboration, veuillez contacter Paul Holley, directeur de recherche.



Nos partenaires

L'équipe

Jack Jedwab, President and CEO of ACS and Metropolis Institute

Leading researchers that make up the Expert Advisory Committee will inform the topics and questions examined by the COVID-19 Social Research Network organized by the ACS and Metropolis Institute, the Vanier Institute of the Family and the Canadian Commission for UNESCO.

  • Senator Donna Dasko
  • David Schimpky Director of Secretariat, Canadian Commission for UNESCO
  • Nora Spinks Chief Executive Officer, Vanier Institute of the Family
  • Hubert Lussier retired – Assistant Deputy Minister, Canadian Heritage
  • Jane Badets retired – Assistant Chief Statistician, Statistics Canada
  • Christian Bourque Executive Vice President, Léger Marketing
  • Wendy Cukier Professor and founder, Diversity Institute, Ryerson University
  • Jennifer Kaddatz Special Advisor, Vanier Institute of the Family
  • Tasha Kheiriddin Media commentator
  • Howard Ramos Professor, Chair, Department of Sociology, Western University
  • Marika Warner Director of Research and Evaluation, Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment
  • Lori Wilkinson Professor, Department of Sociology and Criminology, University of Manitoba
  • Cary Wu Assistant Professor of Sociology, York University
  • Sebastien Poitras Associate Vice President, Communications and Public Affairs, Léger Marketing
  • Joan Atlin Research Director, World Education Services
  • Jasmine Gill Lawyer and Policy Advocate
  • Ilene Hyman Adjunct Professor, Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto
  • June Francis Co-director, Co-Laboratorio Project, Simon Fraser University
  • Deborah Morrison President, Experiences Canada
  • Madeline Ziniak Consultant, Chairperson of the Canadian Ethnic Media Association
  • Jean Teillet Partner at Pape Salter Teillet LLP
  • David Heurtel Counsel at Fasken
  • Fariborz Birjandian CEO, Calgary Catholic Immigration Society
  • Minelle Mahtani Associate Professor, Institute for Social Justice at University of British Columbia
  • Monica Boyd Canada Research Chair in Immigration, Inequality and Public Policy and Professor of Sociology, University of Toronto
  • Simona Bignami Associate Professor in the Department of Demography, Université de Montréal
  • Chedley Belkhodja Principal and Professor, School of Community and Public Affairs, Concordia University
  • Linton Garner Executive Director, Regional Association of West Quebecers
  • Doug Norris Senior Vice President and Chief Demographer, Environics Analytics
  • Alicia Kyte Assistant Professor, School of Social Work, McGill University
  • Carl Everton James Professor, Jean Augustine Chair in Education, Community & Diaspora, York University

Lead Researcher:

Paul Holley, PhD, is the Research Director of ACS and Metropolis Institute. His current research focuses on immigrant integration and inclusion, gender equality and public health responses to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis.

Research Support:

Stefan Stefanovic –  holds an M.A. in Sociology from the University of Belgrade in Serbia with a focus on research. He has 7 years of experience in conducting applied research, data analyses of large datasets, writing research reports and presenting findings to government officials, researchers, academics, and international stakeholders. He analyzes different national survey datasets to assess the impact of COVID-19 on immigrants and measure its socioeconomic and health-related effects.

 

  • Statistics Canada
  • Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC)
  • Women and Gender Equality Canada (WAGE)
  • Canadian Heritage (PCH)
  • Public Safety Canada (PS)
  • Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC)
  • Service Canada
  • Infrastructure Canada

Publication connexes

Diversité canadienne , Histoire sociale , Migration , Peuples autochtones , Publication , Racisme
Histoire canadienne , Histoire sociale , Participation civique , Peuples autochtones , Thèmes Canadiens