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Want to know more about how we planned our first ever virtual conference and hear our lessons learned? We have scheduled a webinar to go over the process. The session will start in French from 12 to 12:45 p.m. ET and continue in English from 12:45 to 1:30 p.m. ET. If you have any questions you specifically want answered in the webinar, you can submit them when you register.

The COVID-19 pandemic is having significant economic, health and social impacts on women, Two-Spirit and gender-diverse people across Canada and the world. In this webinar, CanWaCH and YWCA Canada will explore how we can address these impacts by applying a gender lens to research and knowledge production.

The Canadian Council for International Co-operation (CCIC) applauds today’s federal government announcement of an allocation of $300 million in funding to support the much-needed global response to the COVID-19 crisis. Today’s announcement includes $120 million to support the development of and access to vaccines, diagnostics and treatment for COVID-19 including $100 M to the Access to COVID-19 Tools (ACT) Accelerator* and $20 million for the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI), as well as $180 million for humanitarian response.

A campaign, concert & summit calling on citizens to tackle global injustices by using our collective voice to drive change for everyone, everywhere. Unite with Global Citizen, the European Commission, top artists and global leaders to end COVID-19, build equity for all and fight for the world we want.

Join leaders from the UN, the Government of Canada, parliament and international organizations to explore what Canada can do to support a strong response to food and nutrition impacts of COVID-19 – and how you can get involved.

Through a survey of 45 Canadian civil society organizations (CSOs) and key informant interviews, this study examined how CSO's have made progress towards addressing gender equality as a result of the development and launch of the Feminist International Assistance Policy in 2017. The survey examined operational investments that affected financial, technical and human resources in project implementation processes. Supported by CASID-CCIC Next Generation Program, l’Association québécoise des organismes de coopération internationale (AQOCI), MITACS and the University of Ottawa, this report provides recommendations for CSOs and Global Affairs Canada.

As South America emerges as a new epicenter for COVID-19, marginalized communities are disproportionately impacted. Canadian Jesuits International is hosting a webinar with two panelists from the Colombian Amazon region, Fr Alfredo Ferro SJ and Uitota Indigenous community leader, Anatalia Pijachi.

This CanWaCH webinar will provide a primer on HR/GE policies and the impact of COVID-19, then shift to a solution-oriented conversation where participants will learn about concrete solutions and tools for staff, managers and HR departments that highlight the benefits of strong internal HR/GE policies.

The Canadian Council for International Co-operation regrets that Canada was unsuccessful in its bid to secure a seat on the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) in a vote concluded on June 17.

Through its Women of Courage: Women, Peace and Security program, KAIROS has been working very closely with partners to learn more about the impacts of COVID-19 on their work and their responses to these challenges.

Join CanWaCH in conversation with Collaborative partners, Countdown 2030 hosted at University of Manitoba, and Plan International Canada as we discuss how they are tackling this challenge. Hear how an established platform of 10 African country experts, together with long-term in-country partnerships, have enabled the project team to test unique methods for unpacking ASRHR data needs.

World Vision and Abacus Data present a live event that will unpack never-before-seen data on Canadians’ attitudes, hear about responses on the ground, and talk about what’s next. Learn more about what Canadians think about refugee issues amidst COVID-19, how responses to coronavirus in vulnerable countries impact Canadians, and the consequences of leaving the world’s most vulnerable behind.

Join CanWaCH as they spotlight how Canadian development organizations and our partners have adapted and responded in the 100 days since the WHO’s declaration of the COVID-19 pandemic.