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CCIC Makes Recommendations on Charitable Sector Policy

  CCIC has recently provided feedback on two significant consultations on Canadian charitable sector policy. CCIC made a submission to a recent Senate study on the charitable sector.   One key element of this submission was reiterating the...

News from the Humanitarian Response Network

 The Humanitarian Response Network met on May 1st and 2nd, for their quarterly meeting and a full day workshop on gender equality in humanitarian assistance. For more information on that meeting, click here:  Meeting summary On May 1st, Paul Knox-Clarke came to Canada...

CCIC Joins Ministerial Roundtable on Media Freedom

  CCIC participated in a roundtable discussion on advancing media freedom with civil society, Global Affairs Canada, and the Hon. Chrystia Freeland, Minister of Foreign Affairs. The roundtable was held to seek input and guidance from civil society in advance of...

Launch of the New Haiti Sub-Group from the Americas Policy Group

    Several members of the Americas Policy Group (APG) have programs or development and humanitarian assistance projects in Haiti, or take part in the solidarity movement with the Haitian people. It is for those reasons that the APG-Haiti subgroup has been created. ...

AGM 2019 and Feminist Human Library

 CCIC Members are cordially invited to attend and participate in the business of the 2019 Annual General Meeting to be held on Sunday, June 2, 2019 at 3pm PDT at the Vancouver Club. Date: Sunday, June 2, 2019 Time: 3 pm PDT Location: The Vancouver Club, 915 W Hastings...

Resources on Addressing and Preventing Sexual Misconduct 

CCIC and the Steering Committee to Address and Prevent Sexual Misconduct share a commitment to assisting the international development and humanitarian sectors to improve practices and policies that will protect and respond to our own staff, volunteers and the communities we serve.

CCIC welcomes new staff

Dear colleagues, supporters, and friends, I am pleased to take this opportunity to welcome our newest members to the CCIC family. Together, they bring a breadth of experience and will significantly contribute to our ability to convene our stakeholders and enhance...

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