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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.
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