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.
Release of the Development Co-operation Report 2023: Debating the Aid System
The 60th anniversary edition of the Development Co-operation Report takes stock of the multiple global crises that put current models of development co-operation to a radical test. The report critiques the failure to address the root causes of underdevelopment,...
ADVOCACY FOR BUDGET 2023: Where Do We Stand?
The 2023 federal budget will be tabled on 28 March, 2023. Advocates and organizations in international cooperation, and members of Cooperation Canada especially, have been working publicly and behind the scenes to send the following message to Minister Freeland and...
#AidforAfghanistan Coalition of 18 Organizations Responds to Government Plan to Amend Criminal Code
March 9, 2023 (OTTAWA) Today, the Canadian government introduced Bill C-41, amending the Criminal Code to allow Canadian aid organizations to provide humanitarian support in Afghanistan without the fear of criminal prosecution. This is a critical and important step...
An open letter to Canada’s Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland
77 Canadian international aid organizations, including Cooperation Canada, are calling on Canada's Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland to keep the promise to increase Canada’s international assistance contributions in the next Federal Budget.