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Upcoming Events

March 9, 2015 - 6:00pm - 9:00pm
March 9, 2015 - 6:00pm - 9:00pm


A series of ‘Wall Jam’ workshops that takes participants through the journey of inventing concepts from nothing through the unique ‘Wall Jam...

March 11, 2015 (All day) - March 13, 2015 (All day)

News from the BC Council for International Cooperation

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Mike with BCCIC members April Ingham (Pacific Peoples' Partnership) and Renee Black (PeaceGeeks) on Parliament Hill

Reflections from Executive Director Michael Simpson


     Like tidal waters, the relationship between government and civil society shifts with regularity; sometimes cold and at other times warming up… but inevitably oscillating. The current trend, with the exciting release of Canada’s International Assistance and Humanitarian Assistance Civil Society Partnership Policy is a welcome move toward a closer relationship between government and civil society. The policy was developed by Minister Paradis and its rocketing ascent from idea, through consultation, to a final release date has a lot to do with Canada chairing the Community of Democracies Working Group on Enabling and Protecting Civil Society. In words it is powerful, even exemplary from a global perspective, but the jury is out on how the policy can find traction in Canada since its recent release on February 5, 2015.

Be Part of the J7 Youth Summit!


Inviting Canadian Students to Share their Voice in a Global Discussion: BE PART OF THE J7 YOUTH SUMMIT IN BERLIN!

UNICEF presents a fantastic new opportunity for your students to share their voice on a global scale.

CoDevelopment Canada: Just Film Festival


The Just Film Festival brings the pursuit of justice to the big screen.

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