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Technical Reports



2006 Diallo, L. (2006), « Manuel de formation pour les intervenants-es qui travaillent avec les personnes victimes de violences organisées », Report submitted to Le centre de santé communautaire de Hamilton-Niagara, Project funded by the Ministry of Health.

2006 Diallo, L. and Lafreniere G. (2006), « Projet de recherche sur le service d’établissement et d’adaptation des immigrants et immigrantes francophones de la région de Hamilton, Ontario : Pistes et enjeux pour une harmonisation saine et efficace, », Report submitted to le Centre santé communautaire de HamiltonNiagara, Funded by the Ministry of Health.

2004 Diallo, L. (2004), “Building Sustainability for Non-Profits: The Waterloo Region Experience”, Submitted to the Funders Alliance, Waterloo Region.

2004 Diallo, L., (2004), “Diversity Matters in Huron County: Attracting and Retaining New Canadians in Rural Southwestern Ontario”, research report submitted to the Huron Business Development Corporation, Project funded by Industry Canada.

2004 Diallo, L., (2004), “Évaluation du programme Jeunesse Canada au Travail – Intégration des minorités” (Evaluation of the Youth Canada Work Program – Integration of Minority Youth into the Program), Report submitted to the Ontario Co-operative Association, Research funded by the Ministry of Canadian Heritage.

2003 Diallo, L., and Hallé R., (2003), “Rapport de mission sur l’évaluation des besoins de formation des partenaires congolais” (Needs Assessment for the Training of Teachers of Two Institutions in the Democratic Republic of Congo”. Project funded by the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA).

2003 Diallo, L., (2003), “Étude de faisabilité pour la mise en place d’une coopérative de développement régionale dans le Centre Sud-Est de l’Ontario, (Feasabiliy Study for the Development of a Regional Co-operative in South-Western Ontario) Report submitted to the Ontario Co-operative Association.

2003 Diallo, Lamine, “Évaluation des produits et services du SAMFO”, Report submitted to Le centre franco-ontarien des ressources pedagogiques (CFORP).

2001 Diallo, Lamine, “Les médecins entrepreneurs: défis et enjeux dans le contexte d’une réingénièrie du système québécois de santé”, for the “Institut de recherche clinique de Montréal, sous la direction de Jean-Marc Fontan, 2001, Montréal

2000 Diallo, Lamine, “Les médecins entrepreneurs au Québec”, for the “Institut de recherche clinique de Montréal”, sous la direction de Jean-Marc Fontan, 2000, Montréal.

2001 Diallo Lamine, Emedi, E. et Chivot, C., « Recensement et évaluation des modèles et des outils de formation sur l’interculture et l’adoption des institutions à la diversité canadienne », for Contact interculturel Sudbury, Funded by Canadian Heritage, Ontario Region, July 2001.

1998 Diallo, Lamine, “Update on Research Initiatives Executed Within the Better Beginnings Better Futures Project”, Report presented in December 1998, for the Research Coordination Unit, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario.

1997 Diallo, Lamine and Reitsma-Street, M., and Arnold, B., “Seven Year Summary of Research Findings”, School of Social Work, Laurentian University, Sudbury, Ontario, June 1997.

1996 Diallo, Lamine, “Report on Management and Organization of the Sudbury Better Beginnings Better Futures Project”, report presented to the Research Coordination Unit, Queen’s University, June, 1996.

1995 Diallo, Lamine, Mvilongo-Tsala and Lafrenière, G., “Rapport d’étape: Programme de formation initiale en langue française adapté aux besoins des membres des minorités raciales et des autochtones de l’Ontario”, research project on race-relations in Teacher’s Colleges submitted to the Faculty of Education of the University of Ottawa for the Ministry of Education and Training of Ontario, Canada. 1995.

1995 Diallo, Lamine, “Report on the Preliminary Impacts of the Sudbury Better Beginnings Better Futures Project”, report for the Research Coordination Unit, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, November, 1995.