Canadian Institute for Identities and Migration (CIIM)

Canadian Institute for Identities and Migration (CIIM)

An initiative of the Association for Canadian Studies, the Canadian Institute for Identities and Migration (CIIM) is an independent, non-partisan, non-profit think tank dedicated to the study of population movement and evolving identities in Canada and abroad. In support of its mandate the CIIM will produce and disseminate original research and generate relevant conferences and publications. The CIIM is the convenor of the National Metropolis Conference and the annual forum of the Canadian Ethnic Studies Association. Canadian Diversity and the Canadian Journal for Social Research are the flagship publications of the CIIM.

Featured Survey

Featured Survey

Irreconcilable Conflict Between the West and Islam

Since 2012, there has been a gradual decline in public’s perception of an irreconcilable conflict between the West and Islam. In March of 2012, 58% of Canadian’s believed the conflict to be irreconcilable and 29% disagreed; as of March 2017, 47% agreed and 33% disagree with the statement.

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NationalMetropolis Conference

LOOKING FORWARD: MIGRATION AND MOBILITY IN 2017 AND BEYOND

The National Metropolis Conference is an annual forum for researchers, policy makers, representatives from community and settlement organizations to get together to share and exchange knowledge and experience in the field of immigration and settlement.

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The Canadian Index for Measuring Integration

The Canadian Index for Measuring Integration

How does your region fare in the Canadian Index of Measuring Integration (CIMI)?

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