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Navigating Uncertainty in Human Development #IDW2023 (Aga Khan & Cooperation Canada)

On a global scale, uncertainty has taken on many faces – the war in Ukraine, a decline in the global Human Development Index, economic instability, and climate disasters, among others – which is leading to a myriad of disruptions in day-to-day living. As stated within the 2021-2022 UNDP Human Development Report, “The hero and the […]

Young Stars: Canadian Contributions to Amplifying Youth Voices and Closing the Gender Gap for Youth Employability – IDW (Children Believe)

Join us for a special International Development Week Panel! Like last year, this year’s IDW #GoForTheGoals theme calls on Canadians and their partners to support the achievement of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Hosted by Children Believe, this virtual panel will spotlight the issue of youth employability in Central America and highlight the achievements […]

It’s Time to Tackle Learning Poverty – IDW (Code)

  Our new hour-long “CODE Connects – LIVE” virtual events series aims to share the diverse voices, perspectives, and experiences of individuals working to tackle the global learning and literacy crisis. It’s an opportunity to exchange ideas, ask questions and gain insights into CODE’s programming. We invite our supporters, allies, and friends to join us […]

Reflections on Trust, Risk, and Due Diligence

An International Development Week conversation for funders, policy folks, and advocates. This International Development Week, join us for a dynamic discussion about re-thinking trust, risk, and due diligence in philanthropy and international development. How have colonial understandings of due diligence and risk shaped top-down approaches to development? What role does trust play in shifting power […]

Community Gatherings: BHM

The gatherings hosted by the ARC Hub during Black History Month will serve as closed safe(r) spaces for Black folks across our sector.

Inside & Out: Guarding Indigenous Peoples’ Rights in Tanzania

Join BCCIC for a webinar on Thursday, Feb. 9 at 10am to hear from two Tanzanian activists working to advance Indigenous Peoples’ rights and priorities. Through this 60 to 90 minute discussion, you will learn about the challenges faced by tribal communities in Northern Tanzania, from education, gender injustice, food insecurity and the climate crisis, […]

Cooperation Canada Awards

  Each year, Cooperation Canada recognizes outstanding individuals and projects in the sector with the organizational and individual Innovation and Impact Awards in honour of Lewis Perinbam (in partnership with WUSC and the trustees of the Lewis Perinbam Award). This year's ceremony won't be an exception: it's a can't miss event! Join us in your […]

Veterinarians Without Borders’ #IDW203 Webinars Feb 8 + Feb 10

International Development Week (IDW), launched by Global Affairs Canada, is an annual week dedicated to celebrating Canadians' contributions to international development efforts that are creating a more peaceful, inclusive, and prosperous world. This year's IDW will run from February 5 to 11 and is focused on "Go for the Goals", a nod to Canadians' efforts to achieve […]

Launching the Seventh Edition of Progressing National SDGs Implementation Report

A coalition of global CSOs, including Cooperation Canada, is launching this year's Progressing National SDGs Implementation report on February 22 at 9am. It is an independent analysis of reporting by UN Member States to the High-level Political Forum and reviews the 44 Voluntary National Reviews submitted in 2022. The sixth edition of the report can […]

SCIC’s 2023 Global Citizens Awards – IDW

SCIC's Global Citizen Awards are presented annually during International Development Week. The Global Citizen Awards bring people together from across Saskatchewan to learn from one another, to be inspired, and to celebrate the amazing achievements of people working for a more just, equitable, and sustainable world. This year's Global Citizen Awards Gala will be held in Regina […]