Our Partners

The Indigenous Orientation Toolkit Project is created in partnership with organizations in Manitoba dedicated to Reconciliation and Relationship-Building between Indigenous Communities, Newcomer Communities, and Canada as a whole. Each partner organization plays a vital role in the development of the project.

Immigration Partnership Winnipeg (IPW) helps create a community that has a strong desire and capacity to receive newcomers and make them feel at home.

IPW is a Local Immigration Partnership (LIP). LIPs are multi-sectoral collectives that bring a new form of collaboration, at the community-level, to newcomer settlement and integration. They are designed to establish, facilitate and implement a community-wide strategy for improving the settlement and integration of immigrants.

The Manitoba Association of Newcomer Serving Organizations (MANSO) is a not-for-profit association that acts as the umbrella organization for settlement service providers in Manitoba. MANSO was created out of two organizations, the Manitoba Immigrant and Refugee Settlement Sector Association (MIRSSA, established in 2007) and the Manitoba English as an Additional Language Organizations (MEALO, established in 2012).

MANSO is the unified voice of the Manitoba settlement and integration sector and acts to support its members through activities aimed at promoting communication, networking and professional development.




Through KAIROS, 10 churches and religious organizations work together in faithful action for ecological justice and human rights.

Through KAIROS, ordinary Canadians of faith and conscience work together for extraordinary change.

We are an ecumenical movement for ecological justice and human rights. Formed in 2001 by bringing together over 10 previous inter-church coalitions, our justice commitments reach back over 40 years.

We are a charitable joint venture administered by the United Church of Canada.


The Treaty Relations Commission of Manitoba (TRCM) is a neutral body, created through a partnership between the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs (AMC) and Canada with a mandate to strengthen, rebuild and enhance the Treaty relationship and mutual respect between First Nations and Manitobans as envisaged by the Treaty Parties.

The TRCM will enhance and maintain positive intergovernmental relations and cooperation, conduct independent research that advances discussion on Treaty related issues, and facilitate public understanding of the importance and role of Treaty making in building a stronger and healthier nation.

Community Engaged Learning, University of Manitoba

Community Engaged Learning is an innovative approach to education that integrates community service with activities designed to develop intercultural competence, critical thinking and reflection, and civic engagement. If you want to learn about social justice, volunteer for change and relate your classroom learning to community work, then community engaged learning is right for you. Community Engaged Learning. Community Engaged Learning works to cultivate your community mindset—a set of attitudes that value the knowledge and expertise of communities, broaden your notion of partnership and relationship-building, and orient your personal, academic and professional lives to serve social change.

We help to connect students to community—both a community of practice with like-minded students and a community of action with members of the wider community. Through engagement and action, you will develop and deepen your sense of identity, purpose and belonging, and become aware of your agency and capacity to contribute to social change.