Programs Under $5M

Name of TPP Main Objectives End Date TypeFootnote 1 Forecast Spending 2012–13 Fiscal Year of Last Completed Evaluation General Targeted Recipient Group
Annual Assessed Contribution to the International Organization for Migration (IOM) Membership in the IOM, which allows Canada to participate in the governance and decision-making mechanisms of the IOM. This is linked to the Department’s capacity to meet its objective of international recognition and acceptance of the principles of managed migration consistent with Canada’s broader foreign policy agenda, and protection of refugees in Canada, under strategic outcome 4, managed migration that promotes Canadian interests and protects the health, safety and security of Canadians. Ongoing C $1,488,746 2010–11 IOM
Migration Policy Development Program
  • To provide funding to organizations active in international migration policy development and research
  • To promote research and exchange of information among states on migration issues
  • To gain access to organizations, projects and activities, and be able to influence them
  • To inform development of Canadian policy and programs relating to international migration, including refugees, immigrants and visitors, thus maximizing economic and social benefits of international migration
  • To support the Department’s expected result of advancing Canadian positions on managed migration, integration and international protection in international forums
Ongoing G $348,976 2012–13 Multilateral forums and organizations active in international migration policy development, research and exchange of information
Community Historical Recognition Program (CHRP)
  • To recognize and commemorate the historical differences of ethnocultural communities affected by wartime measures and/or immigration restrictions and to educate Canadians in this respect
  • To promote the respective contributions made by these groups to Canada
March 31, 2013 C $2,005,715 2012–13 Canadian not-for-profit organizations and charitable organizations with a relevant mandate or demonstrated partnership or link with impacted communities
Annual Assessed Contribution to IHRA IHRA is a coalition of governmental and non-governmental organizations whose purpose is to build support for the need for Holocaust remembrance both nationally and internationally. N/A C $39,753   Canadian public through outreach to stakeholders
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