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    Youth Voices & Intergenerational Equity at COP

    Written by Bethany Hindmarsh, BCCIC Youth Delegate to COP 22 in Marrakech, Morocco. Bethany is part of the Canadian Youth Delegation to COP 22 a group of 17 young people who act as the voice of the Canadian youth climate movement in the United Nations climate negotiations. Hello from COP22 in Marrakech, Morocco! My name is […]

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    Safe Sex & Sustainable Development

    Sarah Spencer was a recent Global Affairs Canada intern with the Gender, Health and Justice Research Unit in Cape Town, in partnership with Dalhousie University’s International Development Studies. As the global development community embarks upon its journey to 2030 guided by the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), it does so seeking to reduce maternal mortality (SDG […]

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    Post-Tanzania Reflections

    Post-Tanzania Reflections from Kelly Ramsauer, IYIP Intern with VIDEA in Dar Es Salaam with the Children’s Dignity Forum (CDF) One of the most striking aspects I found working with Tanzanians on issues of gender equality through the Children’s Dignity Forum (CDF) were the strong & active groups of men and boys outspokenly engaged in the fight for gender […]

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    International Women’s day in Tarime, Tanzania

    Reflections from Rachel Barr, IYIP Intern with VIDEA Rachel is currently in Tarime, Tanzania with the Victoria International Development Education Association (VIDEA)’s International Youth Internship Program (IYIP) funded by Global Affairs Canada. Below, she shares reflections from her time placed with The Children’s Dignity Forum. International Women’s Day is important to me because I think […]

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    Tomorrow’s Deadline of 6:00 PM

    Reflections from Michael Simpson, BCCIC Executive Director, from Paris, France, December 10th, 2015. Tomorrow’s deadline of 6:00 p.m. for the world to come to a climate agreement is breathtakingly close. We are in the absolute home stretch (there is no mandate for the UN to keep negotiating) and it is worth reflecting on why development […]