OCASI - The Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants under the Immigrant and Refugee Communities Neighbours, Friends and Families (IRCNFF) Campaign invites you to: Apply to Be a Peer Champion Educator on Domestic Violence.
What is a Peer Champion?
A Peer Champion is someone who is passionate about taking action against domestic violence. You don't have to be an expert, just have a desire to make change for the better. You can apply as an individual, as part of a team, or as a representative of an organization.
What Do Peer Champions Do?
Peer Champions take on the role of holding two educational events in immigrant and refugee communities about domestic violence over the course of a year. It's a flexible role that allows you to be creative and design your own events, with support from the Campaign Coordinator.
What Supports Do Peer Champions Receive?
Peer Champions with the IRCNFF Campaign receive training, resources, and ongoing support from the Campaign Coordinator. They will also receive an honorarium to support their work.
Who is Eligible to Apply?
OCASI is looking for 16 Peer Champions from diverse regions of Ontario. Peer Champions must be part of an immigrant or refugee community. All genders are encouraged to apply - we are hoping for at least 8-9 Peer Champions to be from areas outside of the GTHA areas this year. We are also prioritizing applications from Indigenous Communities, the LGBTQAI+ community and the (dis)ability communities.
How Can I Apply?
If you or someone you know would like to apply to be a Peer Champion:
Application deadline is Thursday, June 25th, 2020.
If you have any questions about the application, please contact the Campaign Coordinator Nira Elgueta at email@example.com
IRCNFF is Funded by the Office of Women’s Issues Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services and coordinated by OCASI.