We are stronger together.
We bring our expertise, agility, and proactive approach to strengthen the contribution of Canada’s global development and humanitarian assistance sector to a fairer, safer, and more sustainable world.
Cooperation Canada’s membership includes more than 95 Canadian non-profit organizations working, both in Canada and overseas, on the frontlines of social justice, humanitarian aid, economic and democratic development.
Civil Society Policy Recommendations and Cooperation Canada’s Engagement Ahead of the 2023 G7 Summit in Japan
The G7 is an informal grouping of advanced democracies that share values of freedom, democracy and human rights. The platform started in Paris in 1975 with six countries (France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Japan, and the United States of America). The G7 was...
Inception Workshop of the Global Cooperation Futures Initiative
On April 27, 2023, Cooperation Canada hosted the inception workshop of its Global Cooperation Futures Initiative. The initiative, launched in October 2022 with funding from the International Development Research Centre, aims to reimagine the next generation of...
Canada Must Act on the Global Hunger Crisis at the G7 Summit (HPAG)
A coalition of leading Canadian humanitarian and development organizations is urging the Government of Canada to take action on the escalating global hunger crisis as G7 foreign ministers meet April 16-18. Read our letter here
Canada and the Summit for Democracy
What is the Summit for Democracy? In December 2021, US President Joe Biden hosted a Summit for Democracy focussed on the important themes of defence against authoritarianism, fighting corruption, and respect for human rights. On March 29-30 of this year, the second...