Canadian Council for International Cooperation

Canadian Council for International Cooperation

Type NGO
Website cooperation.ca
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Year founded 1968
Location Ottawa, ON Canada Canada
Functions Advocacy, Research
Tags development international cooperation
Summary Since 1968, Cooperation Canada (formerly the Canadian Council for International Cooperation) has brought together civil society organizations working in the international development and humanitarian sector. They advocate for these groups by convening sector leaders, influencing policy and building capacity. Together, they work with partners both inside and outside Canada to build a world that’s fair, safe, and sustainable for all. They collaborate with various organizations, governments, citizens, and community groups, but every interaction is defined by one promise: higher human capacity to apply creative solutions and meaningful action to the world’s most complex development challenges.

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Canadian Council for International Cooperation · 14 December 2022 English

Taking into account the perspectives of the poor means ensuring that the poor and marginalized groups in communities have their concerns, needs, and priorities integrated in the initiatives meant to …


Canadian Council for International Cooperation · 13 October 2022 French

RAPPORT ANNUEL 2021-22 MESSAGE DES CO-PRÉSIDENT-E-S ET DE LA DIRECTRICE GÉNÉRALE Cher-ère-s membres et supporters, En 2021-22 progrès concrets en Les membres de Cooperation matière de localisation, Canada sont au …


Canadian Council for International Cooperation · 13 October 2022 English

ANNUAL REPORT 2021-22 MESSAGE FROM CO-CHAIRS AND CEO Dear Members and Supporters, In 2021-22 localization, decolonization, Cooperation Canada’s and reconciliation, and members are at the heart the collision of the …


Canadian Council for International Cooperation · 30 May 2022 English

Informed by several legal opinions, our view is that the BIA reinforces the colonial and paternalistic approach to the relationship between charities and the partner organizations supporting their charitable purposes. …


Canadian Council for International Cooperation · 30 May 2022 French

Le secteur caritatif canadien, qui emploie plus de 2 millions de personnes et représente plus de 8 % du PIB du Canada, travaille ardemment pour lutter contre la pauvreté et …


Canadian Council for International Cooperation · 17 May 2022 English

Informed by several legal opinions, our view is that the BIA reinforces the colonial and paternalistic approach to the relationship between charities and the partner organizations supporting their charitable purposes. …


Canadian Council for International Cooperation · 17 May 2022 French

Le secteur caritatif canadien, qui emploie plus de 2 millions de personnes et représente plus de 8 % du PIB du Canada, travaille ardemment pour lutter contre la pauvreté et …


Canadian Council for International Cooperation · 9 May 2022 English

The purpose of this evaluation is to provide an independent assessment of the achievement of, or progress toward, the immediate and intermediate outcomes at the midpoint of the project's completion, …


Canadian Council for International Cooperation · 5 May 2022 French

Coopération Canada doit diversifier ses points de contact avec les membres Bien que les trois-quarts des membres considèrent le travail de Coopération Canada comme important pour le travail de leur …


Canadian Council for International Cooperation · 13 April 2022 French

Cette note d'information présente deux priorités sectorielles, notamment la réaffirmation de l'engagement du Canada à l'égard du PAIF par la cohérence des politiques et la correction des lacunes existantes; et …


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