International Development Week calendar of events

Use the calendar of events to find out where IDW 2019 activities will take place from February 3 to 9, across Canada.

Check back often as more dates and locations are frequently added.

Please note that the information on this page is provided for the convenience of users only. Some information comes from external websites and is available in only one official language.

Name of EventDescriptionDateName of organizationLocationProvinceWebpage
Together for the health of mothers and children in Haiti (in French)Discover the documentary photographic corpus composed of the works of photographers Kiran Ambwani and Caroline Hayeur. These photos were taken as part of a project led by the International Health Unit of the Université de Montréal and CECI to improve maternal and child health in Haiti.January 31 to February 13CECIMontrealQuebechttps://www.facebook.com/events/748081352255885/

Together for the health of mothers and children in Haiti (in French)

Nom de l'organisation : CECI

Lieu : Montreal, Quebec

Date : January 31 to February 13

Discover the documentary photographic corpus composed of the works of photographers Kiran Ambwani and Caroline Hayeur. These photos were taken as part of a project led by the International Health Unit of the Université de Montréal and CECI to improve maternal and child health in Haiti.

Transformations: Stories of Partnership, Resilience and Positive Change Exhibit Launch in SarniaKick off International Development Week 2019 with OCIC and Rayjon Share Care at the Inaugural Exhibit Launch of Transformations 2019! Transformations: Stories of Partnership, Resilience and Positive Change is a collaborative photojournalism initiative to increase dialogue and further understanding of local and international partnerships that address complex global challenges.February 1stOntario Council for International CooperationSarniaOntariohttps://www.eventbrite.ca/e/transformations-stories-of-partnership-resilience-and-positive-change-exhibit-launch-in-sarniatickets-55349845879

Transformations: Stories of Partnership, Resilience and Positive Change Exhibit Launch in Sarnia

Nom de l'organisation : Ontario Council for International Cooperation

Lieu : Sarnia, Ontario

Date : February 1st

Kick off International Development Week 2019 with OCIC and Rayjon Share Care at the Inaugural Exhibit Launch of Transformations 2019! Transformations: Stories of Partnership, Resilience and Positive Change is a collaborative photojournalism initiative to increase dialogue and further understanding of local and international partnerships that address complex global challenges.

International Development Week at Université Laval's faculty of business administrationThis year, Université Laval’s International Development Week aims to highlight the contributions made by the university’s professors and students, in collaboration with civil society organizations, as well as to encourage reflection and action in international development. The event will take place at the university’s faculty of business administration under the theme: A Changing World.February 1st to 7Faculté des sciences de l'administration de l'Université LavalQuebecQuebechttps://www4.fsa.ulaval.ca/evenements/semaine-du-developpement-international-2019/

International Development Week at Université Laval's faculty of business administration

Nom de l'organisation : Faculté des sciences de l'administration de l'Université Laval

Lieu : Quebec, Quebec

Date : February 1st to 7

This year, Université Laval’s International Development Week aims to highlight the contributions made by the university’s professors and students, in collaboration with civil society organizations, as well as to encourage reflection and action in international development. The event will take place at the university’s faculty of business administration under the theme: A Changing World.

Regina Global Citizen Awards: In It TogetherThe 29th Annual Global Citizen Award is celebrating the theme of “In It Together”, recognizing Saskatchewan people working towards global cooperation, justice and peace. Join us in Regina as we celebrate the contributions of these amazing Saskatchewan people: Rhonda Rosenberg, Cheryl Stadnichuk, and Kyla Wendell McIntyre. Come for the inspiring stories, stay for the socializing and delicious food!February 2Saskatchewan Council for International Cooperation (SCIC)ReginaSaskatchewanhttp://earthbeat.sk.ca/events/idw/

Regina Global Citizen Awards: In It Together

Nom de l'organisation : Saskatchewan Council for International Cooperation (SCIC)

Lieu : Regina, Saskatchewan

Date : February 2

The 29th Annual Global Citizen Award is celebrating the theme of “In It Together”, recognizing Saskatchewan people working towards global cooperation, justice and peace. Join us in Regina as we celebrate the contributions of these amazing Saskatchewan people: Rhonda Rosenberg, Cheryl Stadnichuk, and Kyla Wendell McIntyre. Come for the inspiring stories, stay for the socializing and delicious food!

Conference brunch: Sustainable successes for a better world (in French)SOCODEVI invites you to the sole conference brunch to mark the International Development Week, held under the theme "Sustainable successes for a better world". We will transport you to Africa, Asia and the Americas to learn how organizations and populations— that have benefited from our support in the past –are doing. A fairer world for all!February 3SOCODEVIQuebecQuebechttps://socodevi.org/evenements/

Conference brunch: Sustainable successes for a better world (in French)

Nom de l'organisation : SOCODEVI

Lieu : Quebec, Quebec

Date : February 3

SOCODEVI invites you to the sole conference brunch to mark the International Development Week, held under the theme "Sustainable successes for a better world". We will transport you to Africa, Asia and the Americas to learn how organizations and populations— that have benefited from our support in the past –are doing. A fairer world for all!

In The Name Of Your Daughter Film ScreeningThe British Columbia premiere of the heart-warming award-winning film In The Name Of Your Daughter, about the bravest girls in the world; girls like 12-year-old Rosie Makore who had to make toughest decision of her young life: Submit to female genital mutilation and child marriage, or run away from home. And it’s the story of Rhobi Samwelly, the human rights activist who protects the girls in her Safe House.February 3Defying Destiny FilmsVancouverBritish Columbiahttps://kaymeek.com/events/in-the-name-of-your-daughter

In The Name Of Your Daughter Film Screening

Nom de l'organisation : Defying Destiny Films

Lieu : Vancouver, British Columbia

Date : February 3

The British Columbia premiere of the heart-warming award-winning film In The Name Of Your Daughter, about the bravest girls in the world; girls like 12-year-old Rosie Makore who had to make toughest decision of her young life: Submit to female genital mutilation and child marriage, or run away from home. And it’s the story of Rhobi Samwelly, the human rights activist who protects the girls in her Safe House.

IDW 2019 at Memorial UniversityJoining campuses and organizations across Canada, we're hosting conversations about our role as change-makers to address inequality at home and around the world. IDW 2019 kicks off on February 4th at Memorial with workshops, panels, and fairs taking place all week long. Join in the conversation about global citizenship, gender equality, and poverty reduction! Events are free + open to the public.February 4 to 8Memorial UniversitySt. John'sNewfoundland and Labradorhttps://www.mun.ca/international/IDW/

IDW 2019 at Memorial University

Nom de l'organisation : Memorial University

Lieu : St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador

Date : February 4 to 8

Joining campuses and organizations across Canada, we're hosting conversations about our role as change-makers to address inequality at home and around the world. IDW 2019 kicks off on February 4th at Memorial with workshops, panels, and fairs taking place all week long. Join in the conversation about global citizenship, gender equality, and poverty reduction! Events are free + open to the public.

International Development Week 2019 at the University of AlbertaUAlberta's annual International Week is a chance for you to hear various perspectives from around the world and to engage in deep conversations about global issues. Each year, International Week has a theme that all of the speakers, talks and events focus on – this year we address the UNs Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). Tickets are online and they are free!February 4 to 8University of Alberta InternationalEdmontonAlbertahttps://www.ualberta.ca/global-education/international-week

International Development Week 2019 at the University of Alberta

Nom de l'organisation : University of Alberta International

Lieu : Edmonton, Alberta

Date : February 4 to 8

UAlberta's annual International Week is a chance for you to hear various perspectives from around the world and to engage in deep conversations about global issues. Each year, International Week has a theme that all of the speakers, talks and events focus on – this year we address the UNs Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). Tickets are online and they are free!

Exhibition "Agir ensemble ici et ailleurs" (in French)Mer et Monde will highlight the actions of its volunteers and partners through a travelling photo exhibition and discussion workshops "Agir ensemble ici et ailleurs" at six universities in Quebec and Ontario.February 4 to 12Mer et MondeMontrealQuebechttps://www.monde.ca/meretmonde/nouvelles/sdi_2019_agir_ensemble_ici_et_ailleurs

Exhibition "Agir ensemble ici et ailleurs" (in French)

Nom de l'organisation : Mer et Monde

Lieu : Montreal, Quebec

Date : February 4 to 12

Mer et Monde will highlight the actions of its volunteers and partners through a travelling photo exhibition and discussion workshops "Agir ensemble ici et ailleurs" at six universities in Quebec and Ontario.

TOGETHER: A workshop on global developmentHow can crumpled paper and a recycling bin teach you about inequality? Find out during this hands-on workshop, which explores sustainable development, gender, and global citizenship. Discover the Sustainable Development Goals and how you can make positive changes through local and global action projects.February 4Aga Khan Foundation CanadaOttawaOntariohttps://www.akfc.ca/

TOGETHER: A workshop on global development

Nom de l'organisation : Aga Khan Foundation Canada

Lieu : Ottawa, Ontario

Date : February 4

How can crumpled paper and a recycling bin teach you about inequality? Find out during this hands-on workshop, which explores sustainable development, gender, and global citizenship. Discover the Sustainable Development Goals and how you can make positive changes through local and global action projects.

Centennial Fireside Gallery Talk with Cuso InternationalCuso International shares stories about their work in Gender Equality and engages students and faculty in a workshop on 5this sustainable development goal.February 4Centennial CollegeScarboroughOntariohttps://www.centennialcollege.ca/college-events-2018-2019/international-development-week/

Centennial Fireside Gallery Talk with Cuso International

Nom de l'organisation : Centennial College

Lieu : Scarborough, Ontario

Date : February 4

Cuso International shares stories about their work in Gender Equality and engages students and faculty in a workshop on 5this sustainable development goal.

Centennial College and The Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund (PWRDF)A fireside talk on the Rohingya response: Progress and Uncertainties (Naba Gurung) and, Improving Health, Food Security, Livelihoods (Mike Ziemerink).February 4Centennial CollegeScarboroughOntariohttps://www.centennialcollege.ca/college-events-2018-2019/the-primate-s-world-relief-and-development-fund/

Centennial College and The Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund (PWRDF)

Nom de l'organisation : Centennial College

Lieu : Scarborough, Ontario

Date : February 4

A fireside talk on the Rohingya response: Progress and Uncertainties (Naba Gurung) and, Improving Health, Food Security, Livelihoods (Mike Ziemerink).

Authentic NationhoodTo kick off IDW 2019, we are acknowledging that this conference is held on unceded and unsurrendered Algonquin territory. To gain a better understanding on what this means, we welcome Elder Jocelyn Wabano-Iahtail, an Ininew Eeyou Eskwayow from the Cree communities of Attawapiskat First Nation and Chisasibi First Nation to share with us her knowledge and teachings related to Canadian indigenous issues. This event will be inclusive of all people to participate in a traditional ceremony. Jocelyn will also speak on issues such as the intersection between green technology and indigenous knowledge, institutional racism, and her experience in actions and protests.February 4University of OttawaOttawaOntariohttps://www.facebook.com/events/360896594493869/

Authentic Nationhood

Nom de l'organisation : University of Ottawa

Lieu : Ottawa, Ontario

Date : February 4

To kick off IDW 2019, we are acknowledging that this conference is held on unceded and unsurrendered Algonquin territory. To gain a better understanding on what this means, we welcome Elder Jocelyn Wabano-Iahtail, an Ininew Eeyou Eskwayow from the Cree communities of Attawapiskat First Nation and Chisasibi First Nation to share with us her knowledge and teachings related to Canadian indigenous issues. This event will be inclusive of all people to participate in a traditional ceremony. Jocelyn will also speak on issues such as the intersection between green technology and indigenous knowledge, institutional racism, and her experience in actions and protests.

World's Challenge ChallengeJoin University of Calgary International for the World's Challenge Challenge Semi-Finals. Teams of students choose a global issue, design a unique solution, and pitch their idea to a panel of judges. WCC is an exciting way to engage in discussion and debate about world issues, and to bring ideas from many different perspectives to the table.February 5University of CalgaryCalgaryAlbertahttps://ucalgary.ca/uci/wcc

World's Challenge Challenge

Nom de l'organisation : University of Calgary

Lieu : Calgary, Alberta

Date : February 5

Join University of Calgary International for the World's Challenge Challenge Semi-Finals. Teams of students choose a global issue, design a unique solution, and pitch their idea to a panel of judges. WCC is an exciting way to engage in discussion and debate about world issues, and to bring ideas from many different perspectives to the table.

Development Networking & Opportunities FairInterested in international development? Looking to find out about opportunities and network with others who share your interests? Featuring NGOs, community groups, student societies and educational institutions.February 5Atlantic Council for International CooperationFrederictonNew Brunswickhttps://www.acic-caci.org/idw

Development Networking & Opportunities Fair

Nom de l'organisation : Atlantic Council for International Cooperation

Lieu : Fredericton, New Brunswick

Date : February 5

Interested in international development? Looking to find out about opportunities and network with others who share your interests? Featuring NGOs, community groups, student societies and educational institutions.

Innover en finance : des réussites surprenantes au service du développement international !" Workshop (in French)Conference by Gerardo Almaguer, the new Chief Executive Officer of Développement international Desjardins (DID), who will present some of the innovative solutions proposed by DID to increase access for all to financial services in developing countries.February 5Développement international DesjardinsLevisQuebechttps://www.eventbrite.ca/e/billets-innover-en-finances-des-reussites-surprenantes-55083556400?aff=ebdssbdestsearch

Innover en finance : des réussites surprenantes au service du développement international !" Workshop (in French)

Nom de l'organisation : Développement international Desjardins

Lieu : Levis, Quebec

Date : February 5

Conference by Gerardo Almaguer, the new Chief Executive Officer of Développement international Desjardins (DID), who will present some of the innovative solutions proposed by DID to increase access for all to financial services in developing countries.

Ending violence against children in AfricaKeeping children safe in vulnerable communities is as important to you as it is to us. That’s why I’m inviting you to a conference with Dr. Assefa Bequele, founder and executive director of the African Child Policy Forum (ACPF). As part of International Development Week, this free event will be important to those interested in learning more about the work being done to advance the cause of protecting children in the vulnerable nations of Africa.February 5Christian Children's Fund of CanadaMarkhamOntariohttps://www.facebook.com/events/2271049449606772/

Ending violence against children in Africa

Nom de l'organisation : Christian Children's Fund of Canada

Lieu : Markham, Ontario

Date : February 5

Keeping children safe in vulnerable communities is as important to you as it is to us. That’s why I’m inviting you to a conference with Dr. Assefa Bequele, founder and executive director of the African Child Policy Forum (ACPF). As part of International Development Week, this free event will be important to those interested in learning more about the work being done to advance the cause of protecting children in the vulnerable nations of Africa.

IDW 2019 Celebration in OttawaCelebrate International Development Week 2019 with music, dance, exhibits, workshops, and interactive activities for people of all ages who care about gender equality and women's rights around the world.February 5Global Affairs Canada and the CSO SectorOttawaOntariohttps://www.facebook.com/events/381205685975742/

IDW 2019 Celebration in Ottawa

Nom de l'organisation : Global Affairs Canada and the CSO Sector

Lieu : Ottawa, Ontario

Date : February 5

Celebrate International Development Week 2019 with music, dance, exhibits, workshops, and interactive activities for people of all ages who care about gender equality and women's rights around the world.

Together for Gender EqualityJoin Canada's international development community, along with Global Affairs Canada and the Honourable Marie-Claude Bibeau, Minister of International Development, to celebrate International Development Week 2019 (#IDW2019).February 5Global Affairs Canada and the CSO SectorOttawaOntariohttps://www.facebook.com/events/1180545695438624/

Together for Gender Equality

Nom de l'organisation : Global Affairs Canada and the CSO Sector

Lieu : Ottawa, Ontario

Date : February 5

Join Canada's international development community, along with Global Affairs Canada and the Honourable Marie-Claude Bibeau, Minister of International Development, to celebrate International Development Week 2019 (#IDW2019).

Transformations: Stories of Partnership, Resilience and Positive Change in OttawaTransformations: Stories of Partnership, Resilience and Positive Change is a collaborative photojournalism initiative intended to increase dialogue and further understanding of local and international partnerships that address complex global challenges. This exhibit will be part of the #IDW2019 Celebration Events at Canada’s National Arts Centre to showcase Canadians that make a difference.February 5Ontario Council for International CooperationOttawaOntariohttps://www.eventbrite.ca/e/transformations-stories-of-partnership-resilience-and-positive-change-in-ottawa-tickets- 55414846297

Transformations: Stories of Partnership, Resilience and Positive Change in Ottawa

Nom de l'organisation : Ontario Council for International Cooperation

Lieu : Ottawa, Ontario

Date : February 5

Transformations: Stories of Partnership, Resilience and Positive Change is a collaborative photojournalism initiative intended to increase dialogue and further understanding of local and international partnerships that address complex global challenges. This exhibit will be part of the #IDW2019 Celebration Events at Canada’s National Arts Centre to showcase Canadians that make a difference.

Global Development and YouHow can crumpled paper and a recycling bin teach you about inequality? Find out during this hands-on workshop, which explores sustainable development, gender, and global citizenship. Discover the Sustainable Development Goals and how you can make positive changes through local and global action projects.February 5Aga Khan Foundation CanadaOttawaOntariohttps://www.akfc.ca/

Global Development and You

Nom de l'organisation : Aga Khan Foundation Canada

Lieu : Ottawa, Ontario

Date : February 5

How can crumpled paper and a recycling bin teach you about inequality? Find out during this hands-on workshop, which explores sustainable development, gender, and global citizenship. Discover the Sustainable Development Goals and how you can make positive changes through local and global action projects.

Centennial College and Plan InternationalPlan International Canada’s collaboration with the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria: a case study in designing gender aware projects.February 5Centennial CollegeScarboroughOntariohttps://www.centennialcollege.ca/college-events-2018-2019/plan-international-canada/

Centennial College and Plan International

Nom de l'organisation : Centennial College

Lieu : Scarborough, Ontario

Date : February 5

Plan International Canada’s collaboration with the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria: a case study in designing gender aware projects.

Centennial College and My Oral VillageMy Oral Village's Brett Matthews will be on campus to discuss the following topic: "Orality, financial numeracy and digital design".February 5Centennial CollegeScarboroughOntariohttps://www.centennialcollege.ca/college-events-2018-2019/my-oral-village-orality-financial-numeracy-and-digital-design/

Centennial College and My Oral Village

Nom de l'organisation : Centennial College

Lieu : Scarborough, Ontario

Date : February 5

My Oral Village's Brett Matthews will be on campus to discuss the following topic: "Orality, financial numeracy and digital design".

What does Newfoundland and Labrador know about equality and inclusion?Be part of the discussion and see what local and international NGOs in Newfoundland and Labrador are doing to promote gender equality and inclusion. Free appetizers provided. Featuring: Multicultural Women's Organization of Newfoundland and Labrador, Association for New Canadians, Planned Parenthood NL, Mind the Gap Consulting, Katherine Dibbons, and others.February 5Atlantic Council for International CooperationSt. John'sNewfoundland and Labradorhttps://www.acic-caci.org/events-1/2019/2/5/what-does-nl-know-about-equality-and-inclusion-1

What does Newfoundland and Labrador know about equality and inclusion?

Nom de l'organisation : Atlantic Council for International Cooperation

Lieu : St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador

Date : February 5

Be part of the discussion and see what local and international NGOs in Newfoundland and Labrador are doing to promote gender equality and inclusion. Free appetizers provided. Featuring: Multicultural Women's Organization of Newfoundland and Labrador, Association for New Canadians, Planned Parenthood NL, Mind the Gap Consulting, Katherine Dibbons, and others.

Official launch of International Development Week in ManitobaJoin us as we celebrate the official launch of International Development Week in Manitoba on February 5 , at the Manitoba Legislative Assembly, from 11:45 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Our program features a message from the provincial government, a spoken-word performance by high school students, and presentations from international development actors on how Manitobans are working together for gender equality.February 5Manitoba Council for International CooperationWinnipegManitobahttp://mcic.ca/news/entry/international-development-week-2019

Official launch of International Development Week in Manitoba

Nom de l'organisation : Manitoba Council for International Cooperation

Lieu : Winnipeg, Manitoba

Date : February 5

Join us as we celebrate the official launch of International Development Week in Manitoba on February 5 , at the Manitoba Legislative Assembly, from 11:45 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Our program features a message from the provincial government, a spoken-word performance by high school students, and presentations from international development actors on how Manitobans are working together for gender equality.

Documentary "A Girl in the River" and DiscussionA Girl in the River: The Price of Forgiveness is a 2015 documentary film directed by Pakistani-Canadian Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy about honour killings in Pakistan. The documentary follows the story of a nineteen-year-old girl, who survives an honour killing attempt by her father and uncle. She takes a solid stance against her attackers while facing public pressure to forgive them. It won the Academy Award for Best Documentary - Short and convinced the Pakistani government to review its laws on honour killings. Fitting with our theme, Breaking Down Barriers: Mobilizing Locally for a Global Impact, it is a prime example of using your platform to raise awareness on a particular issue and creating long lasting change as a result.February 5University of OttawaOttawaOntariohttps://www.facebook.com/events/239271130309305/

Documentary "A Girl in the River" and Discussion

Nom de l'organisation : University of Ottawa

Lieu : Ottawa, Ontario

Date : February 5

A Girl in the River: The Price of Forgiveness is a 2015 documentary film directed by Pakistani-Canadian Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy about honour killings in Pakistan. The documentary follows the story of a nineteen-year-old girl, who survives an honour killing attempt by her father and uncle. She takes a solid stance against her attackers while facing public pressure to forgive them. It won the Academy Award for Best Documentary - Short and convinced the Pakistani government to review its laws on honour killings. Fitting with our theme, Breaking Down Barriers: Mobilizing Locally for a Global Impact, it is a prime example of using your platform to raise awareness on a particular issue and creating long lasting change as a result.

Combining violence and resilience (in French)Participatory workshop and presentation of a comic strip documenting the violence experienced by Yemeni women, highlighting their courage and determination (free copies to participants). Special guest: Mélanie Picard of the Comité d'accueil international des Bois-Francs (CAIBF).February 6Solidarité Nord-Sud des Bois-FrancsVictoriavilleQuebechttp://www.solidaritenordsud.org/solidarite-nord-sud-des-bois-francs/Nouvelles/semaine-du-developpement-international-2019

Combining violence and resilience (in French)

Nom de l'organisation : Solidarité Nord-Sud des Bois-Francs

Lieu : Victoriaville, Quebec

Date : February 6

Participatory workshop and presentation of a comic strip documenting the violence experienced by Yemeni women, highlighting their courage and determination (free copies to participants). Special guest: Mélanie Picard of the Comité d'accueil international des Bois-Francs (CAIBF).

Challenging power structures in the context of global changeThe panel will explore the intersection of power structures with efforts to foster greater autonomy among vulnerable groups; in particular, the conversation will consider issues of decision-making and access to resources when facing the local impact of global changes.February 6International Development Research CentreOttawaOntariohttps://www.idrc.ca/en/events/challenging-power-structures-context-global-change

Challenging power structures in the context of global change

Nom de l'organisation : International Development Research Centre

Lieu : Ottawa, Ontario

Date : February 6

The panel will explore the intersection of power structures with efforts to foster greater autonomy among vulnerable groups; in particular, the conversation will consider issues of decision-making and access to resources when facing the local impact of global changes.

Storytelling the Sustainable Development Goals: Experiences in International DevelopmentIn honour of International Development Week 2019, the Sustainable Development Goals Alliance (SDGA) will be celebrating the knowledge and experiences of University of Calgary students who have travelled abroad to conduct research, or completed internships in international development.The event will also include panel discussions with academic and community leaders.February 6University of CalgaryCalgaryAlbertahttps://www.ucalgary.ca/events/calendar/storytelling-sustainable-development-goals-experiences-international-development

Storytelling the Sustainable Development Goals: Experiences in International Development

Nom de l'organisation : University of Calgary

Lieu : Calgary, Alberta

Date : February 6

In honour of International Development Week 2019, the Sustainable Development Goals Alliance (SDGA) will be celebrating the knowledge and experiences of University of Calgary students who have travelled abroad to conduct research, or completed internships in international development.The event will also include panel discussions with academic and community leaders.

Together for Equality : Speakers PanelThis event will showcase achievements, best practices, sharing of experiences, and enhanced opportunities to network and collaborate with each other to promote the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Participants representing the youth, students, staff and faculty of UPEI, government representatives, NGOs, and the community of PEI will present.February 6Atlantic Council for International CooperationCharlottetownPrince Edward Islandhttps://www.acic-caci.org/events-1/2019/2/6/together-towards-equality-on-wednesday-6-february-at-upei

Together for Equality : Speakers Panel

Nom de l'organisation : Atlantic Council for International Cooperation

Lieu : Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

Date : February 6

This event will showcase achievements, best practices, sharing of experiences, and enhanced opportunities to network and collaborate with each other to promote the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Participants representing the youth, students, staff and faculty of UPEI, government representatives, NGOs, and the community of PEI will present.

Graphic Novel "Les femmes de Saba : histoires de résilience au Yémen" Launch and Panel (in French)As part of International Development Week (IDW), the AQOCI invites you to a 5 to 7 for the launching of the graphic novel "Les femmes de Saba : histoires de résilience au Yémen".February 6Association québécoise des organismes de coopération internationale (AQOCI)MontrealQuebechttps://sdi2019.eventbrite.ca

Graphic Novel "Les femmes de Saba : histoires de résilience au Yémen" Launch and Panel (in French)

Nom de l'organisation : Association québécoise des organismes de coopération internationale (AQOCI)

Lieu : Montreal, Quebec

Date : February 6

As part of International Development Week (IDW), the AQOCI invites you to a 5 to 7 for the launching of the graphic novel "Les femmes de Saba : histoires de résilience au Yémen".

Yoga and the United Nations Sustainable Development GoalsWe are bringing you the opportunity to merge yoga and the Sustainable Development Goals. This practice aims to guide the practitioners to remember each of the Sustainable Development Goals through yoga poses.February 6British Columbia Council for International CooperationOnlineOnlinehttps://www.bccic.ca/event/yoga-and-the-united-nations-sustainable-development-goals/

Yoga and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

Nom de l'organisation : British Columbia Council for International Cooperation

Lieu : Online , Online

Date : February 6

We are bringing you the opportunity to merge yoga and the Sustainable Development Goals. This practice aims to guide the practitioners to remember each of the Sustainable Development Goals through yoga poses.

Defending SRHR: The advocates driving progress on local, national and global sexual and reproductive rightsThis event will bring together advocates working at local, provincial, national and global levels to protect and promote sexual and reproductive rights. They will share their experiences defending sexual and reproductive rights and demonstrate why investing in advocacy, and in feminist and women’s rights organizations, is so critical.February 6Action Canada for Sexual Health and Rights & Oxfam CanadaOttawaOntariohttps://www.eventbrite.ca/e/defending-srhr-meet-the-advocates-at-the-frontlines-of-the-resistance-registration-55395086194? utm_term=eventurl_text

Defending SRHR: The advocates driving progress on local, national and global sexual and reproductive rights

Nom de l'organisation : Action Canada for Sexual Health and Rights & Oxfam Canada

Lieu : Ottawa, Ontario

Date : February 6

This event will bring together advocates working at local, provincial, national and global levels to protect and promote sexual and reproductive rights. They will share their experiences defending sexual and reproductive rights and demonstrate why investing in advocacy, and in feminist and women’s rights organizations, is so critical.

Challenging power structures in the context of global changeAs part of its Solutions for Gender Equality speaker series, IDRC is hosting a special panel to explore the intersection of power structures with efforts to foster greater autonomy among vulnerable groups. The discussion will focus on successful approaches that have helped women and girls, improved community resilience, transformed food systems, and enhanced livelihoods in the Global SouthFebruary 6International Development Research Centre (IDRC)OttawaOntariohttps://www.idrc.ca/en/events/challenging-power-structures-context-global-change

Challenging power structures in the context of global change

Nom de l'organisation : International Development Research Centre (IDRC)

Lieu : Ottawa, Ontario

Date : February 6

As part of its Solutions for Gender Equality speaker series, IDRC is hosting a special panel to explore the intersection of power structures with efforts to foster greater autonomy among vulnerable groups. The discussion will focus on successful approaches that have helped women and girls, improved community resilience, transformed food systems, and enhanced livelihoods in the Global South

Beyond boundaries: together for equality (in French)Through the eyes of five international cooperants, Cuso International; the Uniterra program (CECI and WUSC); SUCO (solidarity, union, cooperation); Oxfam-Québec and Carrefour International offer you a time to reflect and exchange on global inequalities and how the work of Canadian volunteers contribute to reducing these inequalities.February 6Cuso International, the Uniterra program carried out by WUSC and CECI, SUCO solidarité union coopération, Oxfam-Québec and Crossroads InternationalQuebecQuebechttps://www.facebook.com/events/832302943796197/

Beyond boundaries: together for equality (in French)

Nom de l'organisation : "Cuso International, the Uniterra program carried out by WUSC and CECI, SUCO solidarité union coopération, Oxfam-Québec and Crossroads International

Lieu : Quebec, Quebec

Date : February 6

Through the eyes of five international cooperants, Cuso International; the Uniterra program (CECI and WUSC); SUCO (solidarity, union, cooperation); Oxfam-Québec and Carrefour International offer you a time to reflect and exchange on global inequalities and how the work of Canadian volunteers contribute to reducing these inequalities.

In It Together: Global Citizen Arts FestAn interactive community-led arts festival exploring global cooperation, justice and peace. Join us for a night of creation, connection and celebration as we learn about each other through dance, drumming, live paintings, performance, music, projections, installations and other surprises. Experience what’s possible when we come together in a global movement of people working to transform our worldFebruary 6Saskatchewan Council for International Cooperation, Sâkêwêwak Artsits Collective Inc.ReginaSaskatchewanhttp://earthbeat.sk.ca/events/idw/

In It Together: Global Citizen Arts Fest

Nom de l'organisation : Saskatchewan Council for International Cooperation, Sâkêwêwak Artsits Collective Inc.

Lieu : Regina, Saskatchewan

Date : February 6

An interactive community-led arts festival exploring global cooperation, justice and peace. Join us for a night of creation, connection and celebration as we learn about each other through dance, drumming, live paintings, performance, music, projections, installations and other surprises. Experience what’s possible when we come together in a global movement of people working to transform our world

Centennial College and FCJ Refugee CentreFCJ Refugees's Loly Rico will be on campus to discuss the following topics: "Trafficking and Canadian Law" and "Support Refugees and Trafficked Persons on the bridgeFebruary 6Centennial CollegeScarboroughOntariohttps://www.centennialcollege.ca/college-events-2018-2019/fcj-refugees-trafficking-and-canadian-law/

Centennial College and FCJ Refugee Centre

Nom de l'organisation : Centennial College

Lieu : Scarborough, Ontario

Date : February 6

FCJ Refugees's Loly Rico will be on campus to discuss the following topics: "Trafficking and Canadian Law" and "Support Refugees and Trafficked Persons on the bridge

Together For Gender Equality : Learn how Canadians are creating a more inclusive worldJoin the conversation on women empowerment and leadership from around the world with testimonies from 6 leading organizations. The experiences and the stories of the men and women in the communities we serve matter today more than ever. We will discuss the challenges of gender equality from Nigeria to Togo to Senegal or Colombia.February 6Cuso International, Crossroads International, Oikocredit Canada, CESO | SACO, EQWIP HUBs and Engineers Without Borders Canada.TorontoOntariohttps://www.eventbrite.ca/e/together-for-gender-equality-tickets-54679560036

Together For Gender Equality : Learn how Canadians are creating a more inclusive world

Nom de l'organisation : Cuso International, Crossroads International, Oikocredit Canada, CESO | SACO, EQWIP HUBs and Engineers Without Borders Canada.

Lieu : Toronto, Ontario

Date : February 6

Join the conversation on women empowerment and leadership from around the world with testimonies from 6 leading organizations. The experiences and the stories of the men and women in the communities we serve matter today more than ever. We will discuss the challenges of gender equality from Nigeria to Togo to Senegal or Colombia.

Why Care?: A panel discussion on gender and food securityWhy should we care about international development policy? What difference does Canadian aid make in the world? What role does gender play in Canada's approach to international development? Come and hear from a panel of practitioners and scholars of international development about the role that Canadian aid plays in our response to food insecurity around the world. Lunch is provided.February 6Canadian Foodgrains BankWinnipegManitobahttps://www.mscollege.ca/docs/events/MSC_Why_Care_Poster.pdf

Why Care?: A panel discussion on gender and food security

Nom de l'organisation : Canadian Foodgrains Bank

Lieu : Winnipeg, Manitoba

Date : February 6

Why should we care about international development policy? What difference does Canadian aid make in the world? What role does gender play in Canada's approach to international development? Come and hear from a panel of practitioners and scholars of international development about the role that Canadian aid plays in our response to food insecurity around the world. Lunch is provided.

Northern Council for Global Cooperation Open HouseLearn about NCGC's role in engaging Northern Canadians around issues relating to global citizenship, global sustainability, and social justice; meet returned interns from the first cohort of the International Internships for Indigenous Youth Program; and celebrate the work of our Northern Network working to advance sustainable development around the world.February 7Northern Council for Global CooperationWhitehorseYukonhttp://http://www.ncgc.ca//

Northern Council for Global Cooperation Open House

Nom de l'organisation : Northern Council for Global Cooperation

Lieu : Whitehorse, Yukon

Date : February 7

Learn about NCGC's role in engaging Northern Canadians around issues relating to global citizenship, global sustainability, and social justice; meet returned interns from the first cohort of the International Internships for Indigenous Youth Program; and celebrate the work of our Northern Network working to advance sustainable development around the world.

Top 30 Under 30 Magazine LaunchCome celebrate 30 extraordinary young people selected by the Alberta Council for Global Cooperation’s Top 30 Under 30 magazine! The magazine highlights extraordinary young people working towards a just and sustainable future for everyone. In honour of this year’s International Development Week theme, Together for Gender Equality, the 8th annual magazine focuses on Sustainable Development Goal 5: gender equality.February 7Alberta Council for Global CooperationEdmontonAlbertahttps://acgc.ca/get-involved/top-30-under-30-magazine/

Top 30 Under 30 Magazine Launch

Nom de l'organisation : Alberta Council for Global Cooperation

Lieu : Edmonton, Alberta

Date : February 7

Come celebrate 30 extraordinary young people selected by the Alberta Council for Global Cooperation’s Top 30 Under 30 magazine! The magazine highlights extraordinary young people working towards a just and sustainable future for everyone. In honour of this year’s International Development Week theme, Together for Gender Equality, the 8th annual magazine focuses on Sustainable Development Goal 5: gender equality.

Challenges in International WorkHosted by three Dalhousie grad students in international development, this panel will discuss unexpected challenges and difficulties students may face in international research, studies, or work. This panel will be of interest to domestic undergraduate and graduate students anticipating studies or internships abroad, as well as international students living in here.February 7Dalhousie UniversityHalifaxNova Scotiahttp://bit.ly/InternationalWorkPanel

Challenges in International Work

Nom de l'organisation : Dalhousie University

Lieu : Halifax, Nova Scotia

Date : February 7

Hosted by three Dalhousie grad students in international development, this panel will discuss unexpected challenges and difficulties students may face in international research, studies, or work. This panel will be of interest to domestic undergraduate and graduate students anticipating studies or internships abroad, as well as international students living in here.

Together for Equality: Stories of Volunteers (in French)Three volunteers will share their experiences during a "6@8" at Ginkgo Café and Bar de Montréal. This will be great opportunity to reflect and exchange on the construction of a more egalitarian world.February 7CESO | SACO, Terre Sans Frontières and the Bureau international des droits des enfants (IBCR)MontrealQuebechttps://www.facebook.com/events/1008098679384452/

Together for Equality: Stories of Volunteers (in French)

Nom de l'organisation : CESO | SACO, Terre Sans Frontières and the Bureau international des droits des enfants (IBCR)

Lieu : Montreal, Quebec

Date : February 7

Three volunteers will share their experiences during a "6@8" at Ginkgo Café and Bar de Montréal. This will be great opportunity to reflect and exchange on the construction of a more egalitarian world.

An Empowering Drop in the Bucket: Water, Sanitation and Hygiene as integral to realizing the health and rights of women and girlsJoin WaterAid Canada, UNICEF Canada and RESULTS Canada for a panel discussion during International Development Week in Ottawa. The event will explore the interlinkages between water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH), gender equality and the health and rights of women and girls with an expert panel including speakers from WaterAid Ghana, Simavi and UNICEF Canada.February 7WaterAid CanadaOttawaOntariohttps://www.wateraid.org/ca/

An Empowering Drop in the Bucket: Water, Sanitation and Hygiene as integral to realizing the health and rights of women and girls

Nom de l'organisation : WaterAid Canada

Lieu : Ottawa, Ontario

Date : February 7

Join WaterAid Canada, UNICEF Canada and RESULTS Canada for a panel discussion during International Development Week in Ottawa. The event will explore the interlinkages between water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH), gender equality and the health and rights of women and girls with an expert panel including speakers from WaterAid Ghana, Simavi and UNICEF Canada.

CÉSIQ at the 2019 "Carrefour de coopération internationale" of Laval University (in French)Carrefour CÉSIQ is pleased to join AEDIAH to participate in IDW 2019 as part of the"Carrefour de coopération internationale", which takes place this Thursday, February 7, from 11:00AM to 3:00PM at the Laval University FSA Pavilion. We will be happy to meet you there to show you the possibilities of volunteer involvement and internship opportunities for summer 2019!February 7CÉSIQQuebecQuebechttps://www.facebook.com/carrefourcesiq

CÉSIQ at the 2019 "Carrefour de coopération internationale" of Laval University (in French)

Nom de l'organisation : CÉSIQ

Lieu : Quebec, Quebec

Date : February 7

Carrefour CÉSIQ is pleased to join AEDIAH to participate in IDW 2019 as part of the"Carrefour de coopération internationale", which takes place this Thursday, February 7, from 11:00AM to 3:00PM at the Laval University FSA Pavilion. We will be happy to meet you there to show you the possibilities of volunteer involvement and internship opportunities for summer 2019!

Centennial College hosts Ontario Council for International Cooperation and Global Affairs CanadaJoin us during #IDW2019 at the Fireside Gallery for a talk and Q&A session with Sherry Hornung, Deputy Director of the Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (SEA) Unit at Global Affairs Canada. This talk will be followed by an opportunity to learn more about OCIC's Transformations Initiative and to hear from some of the individuals and organizations featured in the exhibit.February 7Centennial CollegeScarboroughOntariohttps://www.centennialcollege.ca/college-events-2018-2019/ocic-together-for-gender-equality-dialogue-transformations-exhibit/

Centennial College hosts Ontario Council for International Cooperation and Global Affairs Canada

Nom de l'organisation : Centennial College

Lieu : Scarborough, Ontario

Date : February 7

Join us during #IDW2019 at the Fireside Gallery for a talk and Q&A session with Sherry Hornung, Deputy Director of the Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (SEA) Unit at Global Affairs Canada. This talk will be followed by an opportunity to learn more about OCIC's Transformations Initiative and to hear from some of the individuals and organizations featured in the exhibit.

Centennial College and Canadian Feed the ChildrenCanadian Feed the Children's Peter Timmerman will be on campus to discuss Charity Intelligence.February 7Centennial CollegeScarboroughOntariohttps://www.centennialcollege.ca/college-events-2018-2019/canadian-feed-the-children-charity-intelligence/

Centennial College and Canadian Feed the Children

Nom de l'organisation : Centennial College

Lieu : Scarborough, Ontario

Date : February 7

Canadian Feed the Children's Peter Timmerman will be on campus to discuss Charity Intelligence.

Gender Equality Dialogue & Transformations Exhibit at Centennial CollegeJoin us during #IDW2019 at the Fireside Gallery for a talk and Q&A session with Sherry Hornung, Deputy Director of the Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (SEA) Unit at Global Affairs Canada. This talk will be followed by an opportunity to learn more about OCIC's Transformations Initiative and to hear from some of the individuals and organizations featured in the exhibit.February 7Ontario Council for International CooperationTorontoOntariohttps://www.eventbrite.ca/e/together-for-gender-equality-dialogue-transformations-exhibit-at-centennial-college-tickets-55419380860

Gender Equality Dialogue & Transformations Exhibit at Centennial College

Nom de l'organisation : Ontario Council for International Cooperation

Lieu : Toronto, Ontario

Date : February 7

Join us during #IDW2019 at the Fireside Gallery for a talk and Q&A session with Sherry Hornung, Deputy Director of the Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (SEA) Unit at Global Affairs Canada. This talk will be followed by an opportunity to learn more about OCIC's Transformations Initiative and to hear from some of the individuals and organizations featured in the exhibit.

Leading for the Future: Gender Equality and Climate ChangeThis event seeks to explore examples of how people of different genders are uniquely and specifically impacted by climate change, as well as the kinds of leadership that is needed to address these interconnected challenges we face as a global society.February 7British Columbia Council for International CooperationVancouverBritish Columbiahttps://www.bccic.ca/event/leading-for-the-future-gender-equality-and-climate-change/

Leading for the Future: Gender Equality and Climate Change

Nom de l'organisation : British Columbia Council for International Cooperation

Lieu : Vancouver, British Columbia

Date : February 7

This event seeks to explore examples of how people of different genders are uniquely and specifically impacted by climate change, as well as the kinds of leadership that is needed to address these interconnected challenges we face as a global society.

Local Brews + Global ViewsJoin us for a special IDW edition of Local Brews + Global Views with The MATCH International Women's Fund. We're bringing people Together for Gender Equality by looking at global gender inequality and by encouraging Manitobans to be changemakers who advance equality in the world. We encourage your questions and insights as we look at the intersection of women's rights and innovation. *Free Event*February 7Manitoba Council for International CooperationWinnipegManitobahttps://www.eventbrite.com/e/local-brews-global-views-ft-the-match-international-womens-fund-tickets-54296802197

Local Brews + Global Views

Nom de l'organisation : Manitoba Council for International Cooperation

Lieu : Winnipeg, Manitoba

Date : February 7

Join us for a special IDW edition of Local Brews + Global Views with The MATCH International Women's Fund. We're bringing people Together for Gender Equality by looking at global gender inequality and by encouraging Manitobans to be changemakers who advance equality in the world. We encourage your questions and insights as we look at the intersection of women's rights and innovation. *Free Event*

Meet the Japanese AmbassadorAre you interested in diplomacy, trade, security and development? Have you always wanted to know what it takes to be an ambassador? Look no further because His Excellency Kimihiro Ishikane, the Ambassador of Japan to Canada will be coming to IDW to engage in conversation with you. Come learn about His Excellency's career in the foreign service, discuss Japan's international relations and ask questions about becoming a diplomat! Don’t miss out on this prestigious opportunity!February 7University of OttawaOttawaOntariohttps://www.facebook.com/events/696714054058594/

Meet the Japanese Ambassador

Nom de l'organisation : University of Ottawa

Lieu : Ottawa, Ontario

Date : February 7

Are you interested in diplomacy, trade, security and development? Have you always wanted to know what it takes to be an ambassador? Look no further because His Excellency Kimihiro Ishikane, the Ambassador of Japan to Canada will be coming to IDW to engage in conversation with you. Come learn about His Excellency's career in the foreign service, discuss Japan's international relations and ask questions about becoming a diplomat! Don’t miss out on this prestigious opportunity!

Exploring the links between gender, gender-based violence, and nutritionAction Against Hunger will present its work exploring the links between gender, gender-based violence and nutrition, and how patriarchy and gender social norms affect people’s ability to meet their nutritional needs. The presentation will include concrete examples of Action Against Hunger work.February 8Action Against Hunger CanadaNorth YorkOntariohttp://actioncontrelafaim.ca

Exploring the links between gender, gender-based violence, and nutrition

Nom de l'organisation : Action Against Hunger Canada

Lieu : North York, Ontario

Date : February 8

Action Against Hunger will present its work exploring the links between gender, gender-based violence and nutrition, and how patriarchy and gender social norms affect people’s ability to meet their nutritional needs. The presentation will include concrete examples of Action Against Hunger work.

Pour Over : Conversation CaféJoin University of Regina students for a unique conversation café experience - College West 113 will be transformed into a pop-up fair-trade café where visitors will talk about power and gender equality over free snacks and expertly-brewed "pour over" coffee. Meet local experts in gender and development. Play cards and board games. Find ways to get involved on campus. Make new connections.February 8Saskatchewan Council for International Cooperation (SCIC), Engineers Without Borders ReginaReginaSaskatchewanhttp://http://earthbeat.sk.ca/events/idw/

Pour Over : Conversation Café

Nom de l'organisation : Saskatchewan Council for International Cooperation (SCIC), Engineers Without Borders Regina

Lieu : Regina, Saskatchewan

Date : February 8

Join University of Regina students for a unique conversation café experience - College West 113 will be transformed into a pop-up fair-trade café where visitors will talk about power and gender equality over free snacks and expertly-brewed "pour over" coffee. Meet local experts in gender and development. Play cards and board games. Find ways to get involved on campus. Make new connections.

Centennial College and Christian Child FundChristian Children's Fund's Dr. Maggie Zeng and Dave Stell will be on campus to discuss the following topic: "Empowering Children to Influence ChangeFebruary 8Centennial CollegeScarboroughOntariohttps://www.centennialcollege.ca/college-events-2018-2019/christian-childrens-fund-empowering-children-to-influence-change/

Centennial College and Christian Child Fund

Nom de l'organisation : Centennial College

Lieu : Scarborough, Ontario

Date : February 8

Christian Children's Fund's Dr. Maggie Zeng and Dave Stell will be on campus to discuss the following topic: "Empowering Children to Influence Change

Centennial College and Canadian Red CrossThe Canadian Red Cross's Andrea Peters will be on campus to discus the following topic: Providing humanitarian assistance in Bangladesh.February 8Centennial CollegeScarboroughOntariohttps://www.centennialcollege.ca/college-events-2018-2019/canadian-red-cross-providing-humanitarian-assistance-in-bangladesh/

Centennial College and Canadian Red Cross

Nom de l'organisation : Centennial College

Lieu : Scarborough, Ontario

Date : February 8

The Canadian Red Cross's Andrea Peters will be on campus to discus the following topic: Providing humanitarian assistance in Bangladesh.

Together for Gender Equality: Strengthening Organizational Practice & Policies to Prevent and Address Sexual MisconductOCIC and Humber College, in collaboration with the CCIC Steering Committee to Address and Prevent Sexual Misconduct, invite senior leaders, students and community members to join a dialogue and capacity building event focused on supporting civil society organizations (CSOs) in addressing and preventing sexual misconduct.February 8Ontario Council for International CooperationTorontoOntariohttp://www.ocic.on.ca/what-we-do/capacity-building/together-for-gender-equality-strengthening-organizational-practice-policies-to-prevent-and-address-sexual-misconduct/

Together for Gender Equality: Strengthening Organizational Practice & Policies to Prevent and Address Sexual Misconduct

Nom de l'organisation : Ontario Council for International Cooperation

Lieu : Toronto, Ontario

Date : February 8

OCIC and Humber College, in collaboration with the CCIC Steering Committee to Address and Prevent Sexual Misconduct, invite senior leaders, students and community members to join a dialogue and capacity building event focused on supporting civil society organizations (CSOs) in addressing and preventing sexual misconduct.

International Development Week 2019 ConferenceThe International Development Week conference is an annual event that brings together undergraduate and graduate students, faculty members, development practitioners and members of the general public to share new knowledge and ideas on international development. The theme of IDW 2019 conference is Breaking Down Barriers: Mobilizing Locally for a Global Impact.February 8 and 9University of OttawaOttawaOntariohttp://www.idw-sdi.ca/

International Development Week 2019 Conference

Nom de l'organisation : University of Ottawa

Lieu : Ottawa, Ontario

Date : February 8 and 9

The International Development Week conference is an annual event that brings together undergraduate and graduate students, faculty members, development practitioners and members of the general public to share new knowledge and ideas on international development. The theme of IDW 2019 conference is Breaking Down Barriers: Mobilizing Locally for a Global Impact.

Stakeholder Engagements, Gender Mainstreaming, and Climate Fund ― A Caribbean LensAn online fireside chat with experts and stakeholders on stakeholders engagements, making them work for gender mainstreaming that drives gender equality as it relates to climate fund initiatives in the Caribbean. Perspectives and experience from outside the region is also welcome.February 8 to 13Magate Wildhorse LtdOnlineOnlinehttps://magatewildhorse.ca/idw2019-fireside-chat-%E2%80%95-stakeholder-engagements-gender-equality-climate-change-2/

Stakeholder Engagements, Gender Mainstreaming, and Climate Fund ― A Caribbean Lens

Name of organization: Magate Wildhorse Ltd

Location: Online

Date: February 8 to 13

An online fireside chat with experts and stakeholders on stakeholders engagements, making them work for gender mainstreaming that drives gender equality as it relates to climate fund initiatives in the Caribbean. Perspectives and experience from outside the region is also welcome.

Workshop « Partager le Chemin des migrants » by Développement et Paix (in French)We will discuss the causes of forced migration: wars, climate change and mega-development projects. We will see how Développement et Paix works with migrant communities in the Philippines, Bangladesh (with the Rohingyas), Colombia and in Lebanon (with Syrian families).February 9Développement et PaixDrummondvilleQuebechttps://www.facebook.com/events/414029259338161/

Workshop « Partager le Chemin des migrants » by Développement et Paix (in French)

Nom de l'organisation : Développement et Paix

Lieu : Drummondville, Quebec

Date : February 9

We will discuss the causes of forced migration: wars, climate change and mega-development projects. We will see how Développement et Paix works with migrant communities in the Philippines, Bangladesh (with the Rohingyas), Colombia and in Lebanon (with Syrian families).

Together for Girls - A Nutrition and Gender Equality Action WorkshopThis panel discussion and workshop will give participants concrete examples of how they can take action in their community to make a difference for girls locally and globally, offering tools and inspiration to become an activist, empower others and transform lives. The session will feature representatives from Nutrition International, World Vision Canada, the Wabano Centre, Women Deliver, and GAC!February 9Nutrition International et World Vision CanadaOttawaOntariohttp://en.aedsa.ca/idw-2019.html

Together for Girls - A Nutrition and Gender Equality Action Workshop

Nom de l'organisation : Nutrition International et World Vision Canada

Lieu : Ottawa, Ontario

Date : February 9

This panel discussion and workshop will give participants concrete examples of how they can take action in their community to make a difference for girls locally and globally, offering tools and inspiration to become an activist, empower others and transform lives. The session will feature representatives from Nutrition International, World Vision Canada, the Wabano Centre, Women Deliver, and GAC!

Saskatoon Global Citizen Awards: In It TogetherThe 29th Annual Global Citizen Award is celebrating the theme of “In It Together”, recognizing Saskatchewan people working for global cooperation, justice and peace. Join us in Saskatoon as we celebrate the contributions of these amazing Saskatchewan people: Joanne Blythe, and the Nest Saskaoon refugee sponsorship group. Come for the inspiring stories, stay for the delicious food & socializing!February 9Saskatchewan Council for International Cooperation (SCIC)SaskatoonSaskatchewanhttp://earthbeat.sk.ca/events/idw/

Saskatoon Global Citizen Awards: In It Together

Nom de l'organisation : Saskatchewan Council for International Cooperation (SCIC)

Lieu : Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Date : February 9

The 29th Annual Global Citizen Award is celebrating the theme of “In It Together”, recognizing Saskatchewan people working for global cooperation, justice and peace. Join us in Saskatoon as we celebrate the contributions of these amazing Saskatchewan people: Joanne Blythe, and the Nest Saskaoon refugee sponsorship group. Come for the inspiring stories, stay for the delicious food & socializing!

International Development Conference 2019The International Development Conference (IDC) is a one-day interdisciplinary conference held at the University of Toronto Scarborough that involves students, academics and development professionals. The IDC will act as a platform for critical discussions and opportunities in order to explore a variety of fundamental and prevalent global issues, social injustices and emerging innovative ideas in the field of International Development.February 9University of Toronto ScarboroughTorontoOntariohttp://www.utoronto-idc.org/

International Development Conference 2019

Nom de l'organisation : University of Toronto Scarborough

Lieu : Toronto, Ontario

Date : February 9

The International Development Conference (IDC) is a one-day interdisciplinary conference held at the University of Toronto Scarborough that involves students, academics and development professionals. The IDC will act as a platform for critical discussions and opportunities in order to explore a variety of fundamental and prevalent global issues, social injustices and emerging innovative ideas in the field of International Development.

Taking Action: The Case for Caring at Home and AbroadAs Canadians we have a responsibility to empower vulnerable populations both here at home and in the poorest countries around the world. Canada can and needs to do both. Join us on February 11th for a community conversation with the Hon.Jane Philpott MP Markham-Stouffville and Dr.Terry LeBlanc as we discuss the most pressing needs in Canada's Indigenous communities and around the world.February 11World Vision CanadaMarkhamOntariohttps://www.eventbrite.ca/e/taking-action-the-case-for-caring-at-home-and-abroad-tickets-55008939218

Taking Action: The Case for Caring at Home and Abroad

Nom de l'organisation : World Vision Canada

Lieu : Markham, Ontario

Date : February 11

As Canadians we have a responsibility to empower vulnerable populations both here at home and in the poorest countries around the world. Canada can and needs to do both. Join us on February 11th for a community conversation with the Hon.Jane Philpott MP Markham-Stouffville and Dr.Terry LeBlanc as we discuss the most pressing needs in Canada's Indigenous communities and around the world.

Voices from the FieldPanel of three women who will share their person experiences of empowerment of women and girls: Florence Okwudili (Women building their community in Nigeria), Janet Menec (Days for Girls: Turning Periods into Pathways Worldwide), and Christine Williams (How the ICC has failed victims of Gender Based Violence).February 12Institute for International Women's Rights (MB)WinnipegManitobahttps://iiwrmb.ca/events/voices-from-the-field/

Voices from the Field

Nom de l'organisation : Institute for International Women's Rights (MB)

Lieu : Winnipeg, Manitoba

Date : February 12

Panel of three women who will share their person experiences of empowerment of women and girls: Florence Okwudili (Women building their community in Nigeria), Janet Menec (Days for Girls: Turning Periods into Pathways Worldwide), and Christine Williams (How the ICC has failed victims of Gender Based Violence).

How to become an effective advocate in 2 hoursHave you ever felt powerless to change something you feel passionate about. In a supportive environment, in just two short hours, we will show how you can empower yourself by learning about a development issue and taking action that will effectively influence key decision makers. Does it really work? For over 30 years, hundreds of people from all walks of life have gone through the same transformation. Will you be next?February 12RESULTS CanadaOttawaOntariohttps://www.eventbrite.com/e/keep-on-celebrating-international-development-week-with-results-canada-tickets-55744269611?aff=eivtefrnd

How to become an effective advocate in 2 hours

Nom de l'organisation : RESULTS Canada

Lieu : Ottawa, Ontario

Date : February 12

Have you ever felt powerless to change something you feel passionate about. In a supportive environment, in just two short hours, we will show how you can empower yourself by learning about a development issue and taking action that will effectively influence key decision makers. Does it really work? For over 30 years, hundreds of people from all walks of life have gone through the same transformation. Will you be next?

Project Drawdown Climate Action and Gender Equality EventsWomen and girls are not only disproportionately vulnerable to the impacts of climate change. Join Drawdown Toronto, a project of Unify Toronto, OCIC, and the Ryerson Leadership Lab as part of International Development Week for two distinct opportunities to expand our thinking and mobilize on climate change solutions in Toronto, Ontario, Canada and beyond.February 13Ontario Council for International CooperationTorontoOntariohttp://www.ocic.on.ca/what-we-do/influence-and-inspire/drawdown-toronto-women-girls-events/

Project Drawdown Climate Action and Gender Equality Events

Nom de l'organisation : Ontario Council for International Cooperation

Lieu : Toronto, Ontario

Date : February 13

Women and girls are not only disproportionately vulnerable to the impacts of climate change. Join Drawdown Toronto, a project of Unify Toronto, OCIC, and the Ryerson Leadership Lab as part of International Development Week for two distinct opportunities to expand our thinking and mobilize on climate change solutions in Toronto, Ontario, Canada and beyond.

Development Drinks Toronto : Responsible Consumption and Production on CampusWe invite you to join us to meet social and environmental justice warriors. Find out about green initiatives on campus and chat with international development professionals, activists, students, and enthusiasts.February 26Ontario Council for International CooperationTorontoOntariohttp://www.ocic.on.ca/development-drinks/

Development Drinks Toronto : Responsible Consumption and Production on Campus

Nom de l'organisation : Ontario Council for International Cooperation

Lieu : Toronto, Ontario

Date : February 26

We invite you to join us to meet social and environmental justice warriors. Find out about green initiatives on campus and chat with international development professionals, activists, students, and enthusiasts.

Transformations: Stories of Partnership, Resilience and Positive Change in PeterboroughPeterborough Exhibit as part of the Kawartha World Issues Centre’s SDG Conference. Transformations: Stories of Partnership, Resilience and Positive Change is a collaborative photojournalism initiative to increase dialogue and further understanding of local and international partnerships that address complex global challenges.February 28Ontario Council for International CooperationTorontoOntariohttp://www.ocic.on.ca/what-we-do/influence-and-inspire/transformations2019/

Transformations: Stories of Partnership, Resilience and Positive Change in Peterborough

Nom de l'organisation : Ontario Council for International Cooperation

Lieu : Toronto, Ontario

Date : February 28

Peterborough Exhibit as part of the Kawartha World Issues Centre’s SDG Conference. Transformations: Stories of Partnership, Resilience and Positive Change is a collaborative photojournalism initiative to increase dialogue and further understanding of local and international partnerships that address complex global challenges.

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