Regina Region Local Immigration Partnership (RRLIP)
The Regina Region Local Immigration Partnership (RRLIP) is an indirect service project that strengthens the community’s capacity to welcome, settle and integrate newcomers by providing information, education, connections & coordination support.
Vision: Regina welcomes newcomers, values and celebrates diversity and supports the integration of all residents.
Mission: The Regina Region Local Immigration Partnership (RRLIP) and its member organizations will educate, collaborate and partner for the benefit of newcomers in Regina.
- Launched in 2014, the RRLIP continually assesses the local needs of newcomers in order to identify and coordinate the appropriate community stakeholders to address the needs and gaps.
- The RRLIP website (www.rrlip.ca) Is regularly updated with project news, resources, employment-related events, and other pertinent information.
- The RRLIP is directed by a multi-sector Partnership Council. An Immigrant Advisory Table informs the work of the project and supports the broader community’s efforts to engage and work effectively with newcomers. RRLIP-convened working groups support the project’s activities and local priorities.
- The program is overseen by Regina Open Door Society Inc. (RODS) and the Regina Human Services Partnership (RHSP), and funded by IRCC.