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    BCCIC Strategic Planning Membership Consultation

    With our strategic plan drawing to a close in the coming months, BCCIC will be entering a strategic planning process ahead of September’s AGM that will chart our course as a network from 2018-2021. Over the last three years, BCCIC membership has increased by 185% and we have mapped over 2100 additional groups within the […]

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    BC2030 Election Toolkit

    The member organisations that comprise BCCIC are diversely engaged in the many aspects of sustainable development, but share a common directive. That is, members constitute organisations, groups, and individuals based in British Columbia who support projects overseas and/or promote an understanding of global citizenship through related work within the province. The Council’s members are all […]

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    New Year’s Letter to the Minister

    Ahead of the announcement of the International Assistance Review, BCCIC has written to The Honourable Marie-Claude Bibeau, P.C., to reiterate and emphasize the importance of small and medium sized Canadian civil society groups in any and all Canadian work toward the Sustainable Development Goals. We welcome comments from our members at any time. Please send […]

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  • What (is) next for Ecosystem-based Disaster Risk Reduction
    Friday, Apr, 28, 2017
    3:00pm - 5:00pm

    This webinar will focus on the progress made in recent years on the topic of ecosystem-based approaches for disaster risk reduction (DRR) and climate change adaptation (...

  • What (is) next for Ecosystem-based Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation?

    Friday, Apr 28, 2017 -

    Time: 3:00pm - 5:00pm

    This webinar will focus on the progress made in recent years on the topic of ecosystem-based approaches for disaster risk reduction (DRR) and climate change adaptation (CCA). It will discuss the advances on the policy front by considering the perspectives from the climate change, DRR, sustainable development and conservation communities. It will also discuss some advances from the scientific front and give examples from implementation of activities on the ground. For the latter, examples and/or debates on the approaches from Japan (tsunami context), and from coastal erosion in Indonesia will be considered. Finally, emerging ideas and the next steps to accelerate uptake of Eco-DRR/CCA approaches globally will be presented.

    Speakers:

    Fabrice Renaud – United Nations University Institute for Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS).Fabrice Renaud is Head of the Environmental Vulnerability and Ecosystem Services section (EVES) at the United Nations University Institute for Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS). He has been with UNU-EHS since 2004 and developed research programmes in South, South East and Central Asia, West Africa, and Europe. His main research fields are on the role of ecosystems in disaster risk reduction and on water pollution. Fabrice Renaud holds a PhD in in Crop, Soils, and Environmental Sciences.

    Introduced By:

    Elisa Calliari holds a bachelor’s and master’s degree in International Sciences and Diplomatic Relations from the University of Trieste (Gorizia Campus), where she graduated in 2010 with a thesis on Environmental Accounting. In 2011, she also obtained a Master in Environmental and Energy Economics and Management from Bocconi University. During her studies, she collaborated with the General Consulate of Italy in Barcelona within the Public Relation Office (2008) and with the Emigration and International Cooperation Office of the Trento Province (2010).

    She joined FEEM in 2011 and started her collaboration with the Euro-Mediterranean Center on Climate Change in 2013, working on several international projects on disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation. Within ICCG, she follows the topic of Loss and Damage associated with climate change impacts and its evolution within UNFCCC negotiations.

    Read more and register here

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    Peacetalk #37 Reconciliation in the Knowledge Based Economy

    Wednesday, May 3, 2017 -

    Time: 6:00pm - 9:00pm

    PeaceGeeks is a global non-profit, volunteer organization that uses technology to build the technological, communications and management capacities of grassroots organizations who work to promote peace, accountability and human rights. We develop partnerships with these organizations to provide meaningful support designed to increase their skills, effectiveness and impact.This Peacetalk will be moderated by Sebastian Merz. You can find the event page here.

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    Location


    HIVE Vancouver
    210-128 West Hastings Street
    Vancouver, British Columbia V6B 1G8

    Event Fees:


    Webinar: An Introduction to International Humanitarian Law

    Wednesday, May 10, 2017 -

    Time: 1:00pm - 2:30pm

    The Canadian Red Cross and Royal Roads University invite you to An Introduction to International Humanitarian Law (IHL).Also known as the law of armed conflict, International Humanitarian Law is the body of wartime rules that protect people who are not or are no longer participating in hostilities. Its central purpose is to limit and prevent human suffering in times of armed conflict.The program will examine IHL in the context of current events including attacks on healthcare providers and sexual violence in conflict. It will also provide an overview of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement and its role in the development of IHL.

    Participate here

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  • Peacetalk #37 Reconciliation in the Knowledge Based Economy
    Wednesday, May, 3, 2017
    6:00pm - 9:00pm
    PeaceGeeks is a global non-profit, volunteer organization that uses technology to build the technological, communications and management capacities of grassroots organizations who work to promote peac...
  • What (is) next for Ecosystem-based Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation?

    Friday, Apr 28, 2017 -

    Time: 3:00pm - 5:00pm

    This webinar will focus on the progress made in recent years on the topic of ecosystem-based approaches for disaster risk reduction (DRR) and climate change adaptation (CCA). It will discuss the advances on the policy front by considering the perspectives from the climate change, DRR, sustainable development and conservation communities. It will also discuss some advances from the scientific front and give examples from implementation of activities on the ground. For the latter, examples and/or debates on the approaches from Japan (tsunami context), and from coastal erosion in Indonesia will be considered. Finally, emerging ideas and the next steps to accelerate uptake of Eco-DRR/CCA approaches globally will be presented.

    Speakers:

    Fabrice Renaud – United Nations University Institute for Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS).Fabrice Renaud is Head of the Environmental Vulnerability and Ecosystem Services section (EVES) at the United Nations University Institute for Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS). He has been with UNU-EHS since 2004 and developed research programmes in South, South East and Central Asia, West Africa, and Europe. His main research fields are on the role of ecosystems in disaster risk reduction and on water pollution. Fabrice Renaud holds a PhD in in Crop, Soils, and Environmental Sciences.

    Introduced By:

    Elisa Calliari holds a bachelor’s and master’s degree in International Sciences and Diplomatic Relations from the University of Trieste (Gorizia Campus), where she graduated in 2010 with a thesis on Environmental Accounting. In 2011, she also obtained a Master in Environmental and Energy Economics and Management from Bocconi University. During her studies, she collaborated with the General Consulate of Italy in Barcelona within the Public Relation Office (2008) and with the Emigration and International Cooperation Office of the Trento Province (2010).

    She joined FEEM in 2011 and started her collaboration with the Euro-Mediterranean Center on Climate Change in 2013, working on several international projects on disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation. Within ICCG, she follows the topic of Loss and Damage associated with climate change impacts and its evolution within UNFCCC negotiations.

    Read more and register here

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    Location


    Webianr

    ,

    Event Fees:



    Registration is closed for this event.
    For more information or questions, please email:

    Peacetalk #37 Reconciliation in the Knowledge Based Economy

    Wednesday, May 3, 2017 -

    Time: 6:00pm - 9:00pm

    PeaceGeeks is a global non-profit, volunteer organization that uses technology to build the technological, communications and management capacities of grassroots organizations who work to promote peace, accountability and human rights. We develop partnerships with these organizations to provide meaningful support designed to increase their skills, effectiveness and impact.This Peacetalk will be moderated by Sebastian Merz. You can find the event page here.

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    Location


    HIVE Vancouver
    210-128 West Hastings Street
    Vancouver, British Columbia V6B 1G8

    Event Fees:


    Webinar: An Introduction to International Humanitarian Law

    Wednesday, May 10, 2017 -

    Time: 1:00pm - 2:30pm

    The Canadian Red Cross and Royal Roads University invite you to An Introduction to International Humanitarian Law (IHL).Also known as the law of armed conflict, International Humanitarian Law is the body of wartime rules that protect people who are not or are no longer participating in hostilities. Its central purpose is to limit and prevent human suffering in times of armed conflict.The program will examine IHL in the context of current events including attacks on healthcare providers and sexual violence in conflict. It will also provide an overview of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement and its role in the development of IHL.

    Participate here

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  • Webinar: An Introduction to International Humanitarian Law
    Wednesday, May, 10, 2017
    1:00pm - 2:30pm
    The Canadian Red Cross and Royal Roads University invite you to An Introduction to International Humanitarian Law (IHL). Also known as the law of armed conflict, International Huma...
  • What (is) next for Ecosystem-based Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation?

    Friday, Apr 28, 2017 -

    Time: 3:00pm - 5:00pm

    This webinar will focus on the progress made in recent years on the topic of ecosystem-based approaches for disaster risk reduction (DRR) and climate change adaptation (CCA). It will discuss the advances on the policy front by considering the perspectives from the climate change, DRR, sustainable development and conservation communities. It will also discuss some advances from the scientific front and give examples from implementation of activities on the ground. For the latter, examples and/or debates on the approaches from Japan (tsunami context), and from coastal erosion in Indonesia will be considered. Finally, emerging ideas and the next steps to accelerate uptake of Eco-DRR/CCA approaches globally will be presented.

    Speakers:

    Fabrice Renaud – United Nations University Institute for Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS). Fabrice Renaud is Head of the Environmental Vulnerability and Ecosystem Services section (EVES) at the United Nations University Institute for Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS). He has been with UNU-EHS since 2004 and developed research programmes in South, South East and Central Asia, West Africa, and Europe. His main research fields are on the role of ecosystems in disaster risk reduction and on water pollution. Fabrice Renaud holds a PhD in in Crop, Soils, and Environmental Sciences.

    Introduced By:

    Elisa Calliari holds a bachelor’s and master’s degree in International Sciences and Diplomatic Relations from the University of Trieste (Gorizia Campus), where she graduated in 2010 with a thesis on Environmental Accounting. In 2011, she also obtained a Master in Environmental and Energy Economics and Management from Bocconi University. During her studies, she collaborated with the General Consulate of Italy in Barcelona within the Public Relation Office (2008) and with the Emigration and International Cooperation Office of the Trento Province (2010).

    She joined FEEM in 2011 and started her collaboration with the Euro-Mediterranean Center on Climate Change in 2013, working on several international projects on disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation. Within ICCG, she follows the topic of Loss and Damage associated with climate change impacts and its evolution within UNFCCC negotiations.

    Read more and register here

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    Location


    Webianr

    ,

    Event Fees:



    Registration is closed for this event.
    For more information or questions, please email:

    Peacetalk #37 Reconciliation in the Knowledge Based Economy

    Wednesday, May 3, 2017 -

    Time: 6:00pm - 9:00pm

    PeaceGeeks is a global non-profit, volunteer organization that uses technology to build the technological, communications and management capacities of grassroots organizations who work to promote peace, accountability and human rights. We develop partnerships with these organizations to provide meaningful support designed to increase their skills, effectiveness and impact. This Peacetalk will be moderated by Sebastian Merz. You can find the event page here.

    15418481_1242163285830248_3178604864715565393_o


    Location


    HIVE Vancouver
    210-128 West Hastings Street
    Vancouver, British Columbia V6B 1G8

    Event Fees:


    Webinar: An Introduction to International Humanitarian Law

    Wednesday, May 10, 2017 -

    Time: 1:00pm - 2:30pm

    The Canadian Red Cross and Royal Roads University invite you to An Introduction to International Humanitarian Law (IHL). Also known as the law of armed conflict, International Humanitarian Law is the body of wartime rules that protect people who are not or are no longer participating in hostilities. Its central purpose is to limit and prevent human suffering in times of armed conflict. The program will examine IHL in the context of current events including attacks on healthcare providers and sexual violence in conflict. It will also provide an overview of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement and its role in the development of IHL.

    Participate here

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  • What (is) next for Ecosystem-based Disaster Risk Reduction
    Friday, Apr, 28, 2017
    3:00pm - 5:00pm

    This webinar will focus on the progress made in recent years on the topic of ecosystem-based approaches for disaster risk reduction (DRR) and climate change adaptation (...

  • What (is) next for Ecosystem-based Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation?

    Friday, Apr 28, 2017 -

    Time: 3:00pm - 5:00pm

    This webinar will focus on the progress made in recent years on the topic of ecosystem-based approaches for disaster risk reduction (DRR) and climate change adaptation (CCA). It will discuss the advances on the policy front by considering the perspectives from the climate change, DRR, sustainable development and conservation communities. It will also discuss some advances from the scientific front and give examples from implementation of activities on the ground. For the latter, examples and/or debates on the approaches from Japan (tsunami context), and from coastal erosion in Indonesia will be considered. Finally, emerging ideas and the next steps to accelerate uptake of Eco-DRR/CCA approaches globally will be presented.

    Speakers:

    Fabrice Renaud – United Nations University Institute for Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS).Fabrice Renaud is Head of the Environmental Vulnerability and Ecosystem Services section (EVES) at the United Nations University Institute for Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS). He has been with UNU-EHS since 2004 and developed research programmes in South, South East and Central Asia, West Africa, and Europe. His main research fields are on the role of ecosystems in disaster risk reduction and on water pollution. Fabrice Renaud holds a PhD in in Crop, Soils, and Environmental Sciences.

    Introduced By:

    Elisa Calliari holds a bachelor’s and master’s degree in International Sciences and Diplomatic Relations from the University of Trieste (Gorizia Campus), where she graduated in 2010 with a thesis on Environmental Accounting. In 2011, she also obtained a Master in Environmental and Energy Economics and Management from Bocconi University. During her studies, she collaborated with the General Consulate of Italy in Barcelona within the Public Relation Office (2008) and with the Emigration and International Cooperation Office of the Trento Province (2010).

    She joined FEEM in 2011 and started her collaboration with the Euro-Mediterranean Center on Climate Change in 2013, working on several international projects on disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation. Within ICCG, she follows the topic of Loss and Damage associated with climate change impacts and its evolution within UNFCCC negotiations.

    Read more and register here

    shutterstock_12294421


    Location


    Webianr

    ,

    Event Fees:



    Registration is closed for this event.
    For more information or questions, please email:

    Peacetalk #37 Reconciliation in the Knowledge Based Economy

    Wednesday, May 3, 2017 -

    Time: 6:00pm - 9:00pm

    PeaceGeeks is a global non-profit, volunteer organization that uses technology to build the technological, communications and management capacities of grassroots organizations who work to promote peace, accountability and human rights. We develop partnerships with these organizations to provide meaningful support designed to increase their skills, effectiveness and impact.This Peacetalk will be moderated by Sebastian Merz. You can find the event page here.

    15418481_1242163285830248_3178604864715565393_o


    Location


    HIVE Vancouver
    210-128 West Hastings Street
    Vancouver, British Columbia V6B 1G8

    Event Fees:


    Webinar: An Introduction to International Humanitarian Law

    Wednesday, May 10, 2017 -

    Time: 1:00pm - 2:30pm

    The Canadian Red Cross and Royal Roads University invite you to An Introduction to International Humanitarian Law (IHL).Also known as the law of armed conflict, International Humanitarian Law is the body of wartime rules that protect people who are not or are no longer participating in hostilities. Its central purpose is to limit and prevent human suffering in times of armed conflict.The program will examine IHL in the context of current events including attacks on healthcare providers and sexual violence in conflict. It will also provide an overview of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement and its role in the development of IHL.

    Participate here

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  • Peacetalk #37 Reconciliation in the Knowledge Based Economy
    Wednesday, May, 3, 2017
    6:00pm - 9:00pm
    PeaceGeeks is a global non-profit, volunteer organization that uses technology to build the technological, communications and management capacities of grassroots organizations who work to promote peac...
  • What (is) next for Ecosystem-based Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation?

    Friday, Apr 28, 2017 -

    Time: 3:00pm - 5:00pm

    This webinar will focus on the progress made in recent years on the topic of ecosystem-based approaches for disaster risk reduction (DRR) and climate change adaptation (CCA). It will discuss the advances on the policy front by considering the perspectives from the climate change, DRR, sustainable development and conservation communities. It will also discuss some advances from the scientific front and give examples from implementation of activities on the ground. For the latter, examples and/or debates on the approaches from Japan (tsunami context), and from coastal erosion in Indonesia will be considered. Finally, emerging ideas and the next steps to accelerate uptake of Eco-DRR/CCA approaches globally will be presented.

    Speakers:

    Fabrice Renaud – United Nations University Institute for Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS).Fabrice Renaud is Head of the Environmental Vulnerability and Ecosystem Services section (EVES) at the United Nations University Institute for Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS). He has been with UNU-EHS since 2004 and developed research programmes in South, South East and Central Asia, West Africa, and Europe. His main research fields are on the role of ecosystems in disaster risk reduction and on water pollution. Fabrice Renaud holds a PhD in in Crop, Soils, and Environmental Sciences.

    Introduced By:

    Elisa Calliari holds a bachelor’s and master’s degree in International Sciences and Diplomatic Relations from the University of Trieste (Gorizia Campus), where she graduated in 2010 with a thesis on Environmental Accounting. In 2011, she also obtained a Master in Environmental and Energy Economics and Management from Bocconi University. During her studies, she collaborated with the General Consulate of Italy in Barcelona within the Public Relation Office (2008) and with the Emigration and International Cooperation Office of the Trento Province (2010).

    She joined FEEM in 2011 and started her collaboration with the Euro-Mediterranean Center on Climate Change in 2013, working on several international projects on disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation. Within ICCG, she follows the topic of Loss and Damage associated with climate change impacts and its evolution within UNFCCC negotiations.

    Read more and register here

    shutterstock_12294421


    Location


    Webianr

    ,

    Event Fees:



    Registration is closed for this event.
    For more information or questions, please email:

    Peacetalk #37 Reconciliation in the Knowledge Based Economy

    Wednesday, May 3, 2017 -

    Time: 6:00pm - 9:00pm

    PeaceGeeks is a global non-profit, volunteer organization that uses technology to build the technological, communications and management capacities of grassroots organizations who work to promote peace, accountability and human rights. We develop partnerships with these organizations to provide meaningful support designed to increase their skills, effectiveness and impact.This Peacetalk will be moderated by Sebastian Merz. You can find the event page here.

    15418481_1242163285830248_3178604864715565393_o


    Location


    HIVE Vancouver
    210-128 West Hastings Street
    Vancouver, British Columbia V6B 1G8

    Event Fees:


    Webinar: An Introduction to International Humanitarian Law

    Wednesday, May 10, 2017 -

    Time: 1:00pm - 2:30pm

    The Canadian Red Cross and Royal Roads University invite you to An Introduction to International Humanitarian Law (IHL).Also known as the law of armed conflict, International Humanitarian Law is the body of wartime rules that protect people who are not or are no longer participating in hostilities. Its central purpose is to limit and prevent human suffering in times of armed conflict.The program will examine IHL in the context of current events including attacks on healthcare providers and sexual violence in conflict. It will also provide an overview of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement and its role in the development of IHL.

    Participate here

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    Webinar

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  • Webinar: An Introduction to International Humanitarian Law
    Wednesday, May, 10, 2017
    1:00pm - 2:30pm
    The Canadian Red Cross and Royal Roads University invite you to An Introduction to International Humanitarian Law (IHL). Also known as the law of armed conflict, International Huma...
  • What (is) next for Ecosystem-based Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation?

    Friday, Apr 28, 2017 -

    Time: 3:00pm - 5:00pm

    This webinar will focus on the progress made in recent years on the topic of ecosystem-based approaches for disaster risk reduction (DRR) and climate change adaptation (CCA). It will discuss the advances on the policy front by considering the perspectives from the climate change, DRR, sustainable development and conservation communities. It will also discuss some advances from the scientific front and give examples from implementation of activities on the ground. For the latter, examples and/or debates on the approaches from Japan (tsunami context), and from coastal erosion in Indonesia will be considered. Finally, emerging ideas and the next steps to accelerate uptake of Eco-DRR/CCA approaches globally will be presented.

    Speakers:

    Fabrice Renaud – United Nations University Institute for Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS). Fabrice Renaud is Head of the Environmental Vulnerability and Ecosystem Services section (EVES) at the United Nations University Institute for Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS). He has been with UNU-EHS since 2004 and developed research programmes in South, South East and Central Asia, West Africa, and Europe. His main research fields are on the role of ecosystems in disaster risk reduction and on water pollution. Fabrice Renaud holds a PhD in in Crop, Soils, and Environmental Sciences.

    Introduced By:

    Elisa Calliari holds a bachelor’s and master’s degree in International Sciences and Diplomatic Relations from the University of Trieste (Gorizia Campus), where she graduated in 2010 with a thesis on Environmental Accounting. In 2011, she also obtained a Master in Environmental and Energy Economics and Management from Bocconi University. During her studies, she collaborated with the General Consulate of Italy in Barcelona within the Public Relation Office (2008) and with the Emigration and International Cooperation Office of the Trento Province (2010).

    She joined FEEM in 2011 and started her collaboration with the Euro-Mediterranean Center on Climate Change in 2013, working on several international projects on disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation. Within ICCG, she follows the topic of Loss and Damage associated with climate change impacts and its evolution within UNFCCC negotiations.

    Read more and register here

    shutterstock_12294421


    Location


    Webianr

    ,

    Event Fees:



    Registration is closed for this event.
    For more information or questions, please email:

    Peacetalk #37 Reconciliation in the Knowledge Based Economy

    Wednesday, May 3, 2017 -

    Time: 6:00pm - 9:00pm

    PeaceGeeks is a global non-profit, volunteer organization that uses technology to build the technological, communications and management capacities of grassroots organizations who work to promote peace, accountability and human rights. We develop partnerships with these organizations to provide meaningful support designed to increase their skills, effectiveness and impact. This Peacetalk will be moderated by Sebastian Merz. You can find the event page here.

    15418481_1242163285830248_3178604864715565393_o


    Location


    HIVE Vancouver
    210-128 West Hastings Street
    Vancouver, British Columbia V6B 1G8

    Event Fees:


    Webinar: An Introduction to International Humanitarian Law

    Wednesday, May 10, 2017 -

    Time: 1:00pm - 2:30pm

    The Canadian Red Cross and Royal Roads University invite you to An Introduction to International Humanitarian Law (IHL). Also known as the law of armed conflict, International Humanitarian Law is the body of wartime rules that protect people who are not or are no longer participating in hostilities. Its central purpose is to limit and prevent human suffering in times of armed conflict. The program will examine IHL in the context of current events including attacks on healthcare providers and sexual violence in conflict. It will also provide an overview of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement and its role in the development of IHL.

    Participate here

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Law For Non-Profits Workshop Series – Privacy
Wednesday, Oct 21, 2015
12:00pm - 2:00pm

Non Profit Charities Legal Outreach presents a workshop everything you need to know about privacy. The objective of the workshop is to help participants to learn what they need to know about privacy...

Social Media Tune-Up for Nonprofits (with Hootsuite!)
Monday, Oct 19, 2015
5:30pm - 12:00am

Scaling your social media within current resources is often a challenge for NGOs. How do you manage multiple social media platforms without budgeting more for a social media manager or a social team?

A Match Made in Heaven: Integrating Matching Donations into Your Campaigns
Tuesday, Oct 13, 2015
6:00pm - 8:00pm

A revealing case study of a matching donation campaign partnership between the Canuck Place Hospice and the Conconi Foundation. Learn how they modeled a collaborative fundraising campaign that...