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An Update of City of Richmond’s Youth Service Plan 2008-2012

June 21, 2014 – 7:06 am | 1,463 views

Project: An Update of the Richmond Youth Service Plan 2008-2012
Client: SPARC BC for the City of Richmond
Project Timeline: 2014
Area of Expertise: Project Management / Research / Data Analysis / Writing
Olga Shcherbyna as a Project Manager, …

An article in PLAN Canada: Contemporary Practices in Social Planning

May 14, 2014 – 6:06 am | 2,285 views

Lessons from Comprehensive Social Plan Development
by Angeles, L., O. Shcherbyna, and J. Foster
PLAN Canada, Spring 2014 issue. Vol. 54 No. 1
Canadian municipalities have increasingly become responsible for social service delivery and infrastructure maintenance since the …

Foundation Report: An Environmental Scan of City of Richmond’s Youth-related Demographics, Policies and Functions

January 15, 2014 – 12:13 am | 2,386 views

The purpose of this Environmental Scan Report (the Report) is to provide updated data and information relevant to the youth in Richmond to inform the update of the Youth Service Plan 2013-2017. Diversity Clues Consulting …

Environmental Scan of B.C.’s Bridging Program for Internationally-trained Professionals

August 11, 2013 – 11:48 pm | 1,055 views

The research was commissioned by the Centre for Intercultural Communication, UBC Continuing Studies with the objective of developing a more thorough understanding of the local landscape of immigrant bridging programs delivered in British Columbia. The …

Do policies of the lowest common denominator bring about system-level, change? Examining the success factors of the Toronto Regional Immigrant Employment Council. 2012

July 1, 2012 – 6:54 am | 836 views

Olga Shcherbyna’s thesis written as a part the graduate studies at the School of Community and Regional Planning.
Abstract:
The employment outcomes of Canadian immigrants have been deteriorating over the last two decades. Given the scope of …