Foreign Policy By Canadians
An innovative new approach to identifying Canadian foreign policy perspectives for the coming decade launched on Monday, November 9th with an inaugural conference. A joint initiative by the Canadian International Council (CIC), the Canadian Partnership for Women and Children’s Health (CanWaCH) and Global Canada, Foreign Policy By Canadians brings together people with different experiences and perspectives to learn, question, debate and arrive at better foreign policy that is guided by what is important to Canadians.
Monday’s kick-off event featured an expert panel on global public health moderated by CanWaCH CEO, Julia Anderson. The day also included a panel on strategic questions around Canada’s global engagement moderated by Global Canada’s Robert Greenhill and featuring Official Opposition Foreign Affairs Critic, Member of Parliament Michael Chong, as well as a keynote address by Minister of International Development Karina Gould. Learn more here.
We hope to see you at our Annual General Meeting!
The CanWaCH 2020 virtual AGM is swiftly approaching on November 24 and we would love to see you there. Join us and hear remarks from Dr. Theresa Tam, Chief Public Health Officer of Canada, and André Picard, award-winning journalist as we focus on Canada’s collective response to current global public health issues. Register to attend virtually here. If the voting representative for your organization has not received their voting information, please contact [email protected].
Save the NEW date: Global Health Impact Exchange!
We are excited to announce the re-imagined Global Health Impact Exchange (GHI-X), CanWaCH’s annual flagship event that was postponed from its original April 2020 date due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Appropriately, as we adapt to new realities and ways of working, the themes for this event are: Innovation. Creativity. Diversity. So get ready for a very unique and dynamic program and format!
The GHI-X will be a hybrid broadcast combining live-in-studio, Zoom and pre-recorded sessions featuring three Canadian cities over three days during International Development Week 2021. Join CanWaCH and our partners Plan International Canada, World Vision Canada, MediaStyle and Global Affairs Canada as we broadcast from Ottawa on February 8th, Montreal on February 9th and Calgary on February 11th.
CanWaCH’s Gender Equality Training to launch in December 2020!
CanWaCH is thrilled to announce the first offering of our virtual gender equality training, taking place in December 2020! Over the past year, CanWaCH has been developing a set of Gender Equality Training Modules to build the confidence and capacity of the CanWaCH membership in the application of gender transformative programming in women, adolescent and children’s health. Following a “Train the Trainer” design, the program consists of three core modules with a broad project cycle approach and will enable participants to cascade the training within their own organizations. Subsequent sessions will be held in early 2021, including a French session in February 2021. To learn more and for the December registration details, please contact Erica Fotheringham. Spaces will be limited to 25 participants per session.
Making Connections: Insights on Engaging the Public in Maternal, Newborn and Child Health
Built on four years of enriching public engagement initiatives that involved thousands of people across Canada, this landmark resource from Horizons of Friendship dives into how we can create more meaningful understandings and vital discussions around the health of women and children around the world. Download it here.
Coming Soon: The 2020 Global Health Impact Report
Building on our landmark 2019 Global Health Impact Report, the 2020 report will feature richer data and member stories to illustrate our collective Canadian impact in global health and gender equality. This year, we will dive deeper into our local leadership globally, as well as offer critical reflections and actions. Stay informed on the report launch by subscribing to our Data for Impact Bulletin!
Projet BECEYA : Une aventure mémorable, Centre de coopération internationale en santé et développement
Understanding the Impact of the Covid-19 Pandemic on the Canadian Humanitarian and Development Sector: A Presentation of Research Findings, The Canadian Association of International Development Professionals (CAIDP)
A Conversation with Sierra Leone, Partners in Health Canada
Beijing+25: where are we now, and where do we go next?, World Health Organization
HI provides 500 people with psychological “first aid”, Humanity & Inclusion
Improving equitable access: why an intellectual property waiver for COVID-19 products and technologies deserves global support, Canadian Coalition for Global Health Research and the Canadian Society for International Health
2020 Annual Report, Children Believe
COVID-19 Global Gender Response Tracker, United Nations Development Programme
Improving global adolescent nutrition can’t wait, Nutrition International
November 12, World Pneumonia Day, Global
November 14, World Diabetes Day, Global
November 14 – 15, Results Canada’s National Conference, Virtual
November 17, World Prematurity Day, Global
November 18, MSI 2030: Your Body, Your Choice, Your Future, Virtual
November 18 – 24, World Antimicrobial Awareness Week, Global
November 19, World Toilet Day, Global
November 20, World Children’s Day, Global
November 24, CanWaCH Annual General Meeting, Virtual
November 25, International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, Global
December 1, International Day of Persons with Disabilities, Global
December 1, World AIDS Day, Global
December 3, Webinar: The power of volunteers, Virtual
December 5, International Volunteer Day, Global
December 10, Human Rights Day, Global
Deputy Director, Programs and Operations, Cooperation Canada
Gender Equality and Sustainable Development Program Coordinator, Alberta Council for Global Cooperation, Edmonton AB
Manager, Major Gifts And Legacy Giving, CUSO International, Ottawa ON
International Advocacy Specialist, UNICEF Canada, Ottawa or Toronto ON
Program Officer, Stars in Global Health, Grand Challenges Canada, Toronto ON
Safeguarding Officer, Action Against Hunger, Toronto ON
Gender Advisor, Action Against Hunger, Toronto ON
Safeguarding Officer, Action Against Hunger, Toronto ON
Project Management Advisor, Action Against Hunger, Toronto ON
Marketing and Communications Manager, Health Partners International of Canada (HPIC), Oakville or Montreal
Education Assistant (Volunteer), CUSO International, Fort Resolution NWT
Creating Hope in Conflict: a Humanitarian Grand Challenge, Grand Challenges Canada, Toronto ON
Beijing +25 Advocacy Grants Program, Urgent Action Fund for Women’s Human Rights
12 November 2020
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