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The Inter-Council Network (ICN) is a coalition of the eight Provincial and Regional Councils for International Cooperation. The independent Councils are committed to global sustainable development, social justice and social change. They are rooted in communities across Canada and represent nearly 350 diverse civil society organizations (CSOs) from across Canada. Council membership varies from locally […]

In this episode of Development Unplugged, Nicolas Moyer, President and CEO of CCIC, hosts a conversation about the international Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the development of Canada’s National Strategy to address them and how civil society is engaging to meet these goals

On Tuesday, June 4th, the Prime Minister made an announcement committing to increase federal government contributions to reach $1.4 billion annually, starting in 2023, in support of women and girls’ health around the world. Making a ten-year commitment, this funding will support sexual and reproductive health rights and maternal, newborn, and child health – with $700 million of the annual investment dedicated to sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR). Together these commitments are framed as the “Thrive Agenda”. Given the significance of this announcement – with implications for both Canadian ODA and GAC programming – and the many advocacy lessons this process has revealed, CCIC has arranged to host a webinar to share critical insights on these topics with CSO stakeholders.

Project Manager, WaterAid Canada Location: Ottawa, Ontario Reports to: Director, International Programs and Policy Language requirements: French/English Employment classification: Contract, FT WaterAid is an international non-governmental organization on a mission to transform lives by improving access to safe water, improved hygiene and sanitation in the world’s poorest communities. Learn more at www.wateraidcanada.com. JOB SUMMARY: The […]

Security and working in fragile and conflict-affected contexts, the humanitarian-development nexus, human rights and development in the Asia-Pacific region are some of the topics to be discussed during the event from a feminist and intersectional approach.

It has been an amazing year for the Americas Policy Group (APG) and its members. As such, we are proud to present the APG 2018-2019 Annual Report highlighting the work of its 29 members. It includes the group’s main activities, list of members and financial report.

It has been an amazing year for the Africa-Canada Forum and its members. As such, we are proud to present the ACF 2018-2019 Annual Report highlighting the work of its 42 members. It includes the group’s main activities, list of members and financial report.