Through our various programs and initiatives, we generate a lot of content. Our history as an organization is to share as much as possible. In the eighties, there was a lack of materials geared towards low-literacy adults so we created East End Press to meet that need. Our learners wrote their stories, using the language they were comfortable with, and the results were very powerful and used all around the world.
We continue this tradition with the Immigrant Women Integration Program’s (IWIP) Community Needs and Assessment reports, the Academic Skills Upgrading’s Celebrating Success booklet and our Yearbooks.
Community Resources and Needs Assessment (CRNA) Reports
Community Resource and Needs Assessment Reports are produced annually by trainees in our Immigrant Women Integration Program (IWIP). Please click on the links below to find reports from their respective training years.
Eglinton East-Kennedy Park
Jane and Finch
Regent Park (Masoumeh)
Regent Park (Uttara)
St. James Town
York University Heights
Raw Data: Crescent Town
Raw Data: Dorset Park
Raw Data: Eglinton East/Kennedy
Raw Data: Flemington Park/Victoria Village
Raw Data: Jane and Finch
Raw Data: Lawrence Heights
Raw Data: Parkdale
Raw Data: Regent Park
Raw Data: Scarborough Village
Raw Data: St. James Town
Raw Data: Torncliffe Park
*These reports are developed as part of a training exercise and therefore do not always contain a statistically significant sample size.
Every year, we produce a yearbook highlighting the work and words of the program participants in Academic Skills Upgrading, Immigrant Women Integration Program, and Youth Empowering Parents.
At the end of the spring term, we celebrate success with a collection of work from the learners in the Academic Skills Upgrading program. This booklet is usually based upon the theme for the Metro Toronto for Literacy Movement’s (MTML) annual Learners Conference.