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    Event URL: http://newcomerandimmigrantforum.eventbrite.com

    Come learn about these findings and more at the Toronto Teen Survey Newcomer and Longer-term Immigrant Youth Forum! This event will share the results of the Toronto Teen Survey and discuss how the newcomer and longer-term immigrant experience relates to sexuality and access to health care services.

    Please join us on Thursday May 27th from Noon-2:00pm at:

    The Ontario Council of Agencies serving Immigrants (OCASI), located at 110 Eglinton Avenue West, Suite 200, Toronto, ON M4R 1A3.

    Refreshments will be served.

    You will receive a published copy of the results, which will also be launched online on May 27 at http://www.torontoteensurvey.ca

    PLEASE RSVP TO sflynn@ppt.on.ca

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    This event is in partnership with:
    OCASI The Ontario Council of Agencies Serving mmigrants
    More information on OCASI can be found at ww.ocasi.org

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    What is the Toronto Teen Survey?

    The Toronto Teen Survey (TTS) is a community-based research project led by Planned Parenthood Toronto that has gathered information on assets, gaps and barriers that currently exist in sexual health education and services for youth. Between December 2006 and November 2009, we collected over 1,200 surveys and spoke with 118 youth and 80 of their service providers. This is the largest community-based sample of its kind in Toronto, Canada’s most diverse urban centre.

    The objectives of the TTS are to enrich the quality and quantity of sexual health information available to Toronto’s youth and improve the ways in which sexual health promotion and care are delivered.

    The Toronto Teen Survey is in partnership with York University, the University of Toronto, and Wilfrid Laurier University. It is in collaboration with Toronto Public Health.

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