Launch of the Global Humanitarian Context: A Landscape Analysis

Launch of the Global Humanitarian Context: A Landscape Analysis

The Humanitarian Response Network of Canada (HRN), Nexus Cooperation and Cooperation Canada are proud to launch The Global Humanitarian Context, a new report providing a landscape analysis to better understand the dynamic humanitarian context shaping the operations of Canadian organizations. 

As humanitarian needs around the world have been increasing significantly over the past years, this landscape analysis seeks to offer vital insights into the challenges and opportunities facing Canadian humanitarian organizations, highlighting the importance of adaptation, innovation, sustainable financing, and a commitment to equity, diversity, inclusion, and justice in responding to evolving global crises and making a meaningful impact on those in need. To facilitate Canadian humanitarian organizations’ initiatives and strategic programming, this analysis concludes by presenting a comprehensive roster of humanitarian networks they can actively engage with and learn from. 

New Report: 2023 Canadian Aid Trends

New Report: 2023 Canadian Aid Trends

Cooperation Canada and AidWatch Canada are proud to collaborate on an important report looking into Canadian international assistance. The information unearthed in this report is crucial for anyone following Canada’s contributions to international assistance and a fairer, safer, and more sustainable world. Accompanying the full length report is a document highlighting 20 key trends as well as a Q&A piece with the author, Brian Tomlinson.

Cooperation Canada’s 2022-23 Annual Report

Cooperation Canada’s 2022-23 Annual Report

Cooperation Canada’s 2022-23 Annual Report is now available!

This year’s annual report presents the incredible work we’ve done in collaboration with our members on policy, advocacy and capacity building. We’re also delighted to revisit some of our flagship activities for 2022-23, including our International Cooperation Futures Festival. The report also highlights the work of programs hosted by Cooperation Canada – the Anti-Racist Cooperation (ARC) Hub, the Canadian Center of Expertise on PSAE (Digna), and the Humanitarian Response Network (HRN).

Thanks to our members and supporters for their solidarity, collaboration and ongoing support!

The Future of Canada’s Engagement with Africa

The Future of Canada’s Engagement with Africa

In recent months, Cooperation Canada and its members have actively engaged in conversations with Global Affairs Canada and other political actors about relationships between Canada and Africa, seeking to contribute to the redefinition of the rules of our engagement with and on the African continent. 

Learn more about Cooperation Canada and its members’ views in these recommendations from the Canadian civil society. 

 

Release of the Development Co-operation Report 2023: Debating the Aid System

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, calling out colonial legacies and racism in the sector. The report, particularly in its 14th Chapter co-authored by AidWatch, emphasizes how the current system and practices disadvantage Global South civil society organisations and proposes priority actions:  Deliver existing commitments; Support locally led development;  Modernize business models, and Balancing power relations in decision making.  

Written Submission for the Pre-Budget Consultations in Advance of Federal Budget 2023

Written Submission for the Pre-Budget Consultations in Advance of Federal Budget 2023