Year Published:  1980  
Resource Type:  Serial Publication (Periodical)
Cx Number:  CX1071
Inactive/Defunct Periodical
Abstract:  In this issue of Nexus, the Multicultural Workers Network outlines the purpose of the publication. The chief purpose is to provide a much needed link between social workers and the ethnic community. Another interest is to provide information about services that are available in the community. One of the issues raised in Nexus is the importance of cultural orientation and education for those working in ethnic communities. Another issue: How can we improve the experience and status of ethnic workers in predominantly Anglo-Saxon agencies?

One article in Nexus presents a profile of the Native Canadian Centre in Toronto. It explains that with the increase of native people coming to Toronto more services and programs should be available to meet their needs. The Native Canadian centre (located at 10, 14, and 16 Spadina Ave. Toronto) presents services in the following areas: counselling and referral, manpower counselling, recreation, education and other cultural programs.

This organization no longer exists.
This abstract was published in the Connexions Digest in 1980.

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