On April 13, 2019, Canada introduced its new policy on gender equality in humanitarian action. The following is a joint response by Canadian civil society organizations active in humanitarian response, welcoming the new policy and looking forward to its implementation.
“Progressing National SDG Implementation” is the third in a regular series of reports commissioned by civil society. It documents and analyses the 46 English, French, Spanish and Arabic Voluntary National Review (VNR) reports submitted in 2018 to the UN’s High-Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development (HLPF).
We felt so inspired during Tuesday’s discussion with #pwd on Canada's Nat. Strategy for Sustainable Developmental Goals. Many agreed poverty hunger and barriers to education impact the #pwd community. Thx @CCCICCIC for your support and @CIL_Toronto for hosting.
Yesterday at CILT, #pwd gave input to Canada's Nat. Strategy for Sustainable Developmental Goals at a consultation. Many cited poverty & barriers to education as among key concerns for pwd at home & abroad! Tnx @AEBCToronto for facilitating & @CCCICCIC for sponsoring event!
Une mise en oeuvre très attendue pour l'#EgaliteDesGenres en contexte #humanitaire, après l'annonce de @MaryamMonsef.
@CCCICCIC @acfcanada @redcrosscanada @CanLWR @CARE @MdMCanada @RightToPlayCAN @SaveChildrenCan @UNICEFCanada @worldvisioncan @oxfamcanada https://t.co/wl4CMtFroe
Thank you! Merci! Gracias! @Noelia_G_Ruiz for your amazing & creative contribution for making the @NextGen4Dev program a successful @CCCICCIC - @CASID_ACEDI joint collaboration btw academics & practitioners for better international development cooperation! We wish you the best!