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Request for Proposals to Design a New Logo for Integration-Net

The Centre for International Migration and Settlement Studies (formerly Research Resource
Division for Refugees) is looking for an artist to design a new logo for Integration-Net for the
settlement community, http://integration-net.ca/, a national bilingual website managed at Carleton
University and funded by Citizenship and Immigration Canada. The logo is expected to fit into
the “look and feel” of the website and also to be featured on all promotional materials for the
site.

Integration-Net’s niche is the provision of online information and service to those working for
and with newcomers. Accordingly, the website targets primarily settlement practitioners working
in immigrant-serving organizations, ethno-cultural associations, and broader social service
agencies. Policy-makers at all three levels of government, as well as academic and community-
based researchers, are also part of our target audience. The site is mandated to:

1) Serve the professional development needs of settlement practitioners;


2) Share policies, programs, and practices across provinces and territories; and
3) Disseminate the findings of research on settlement, adaptation, and integration.

Entries for the competition will be evaluated by a panel of representatives from the service,
policy, and research communities across the country. The winning entry will be awarded $1,000
in honorarium.

Entries must be sent by e-mail in PDF or JPEG format to: inet@carleton.ca. The deadline for
entries is Monday, March 1, 2010, 5 p.m. EST.

For more information or questions, please contact:

Dr. Adnan Türegün, Site Manager


Integration-Net for the settlement community
Centre for International Migration and Settlement Studies
(formerly Research Resource Division for Refugees)
Room 2106, Dunton Tower, Carleton University
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1S 5B6
Phone: 613-520-2717; Fax: 613-520-3676
inet@carleton.ca
http://integration-net.ca/