The Inter-Council Network (ICN) is a coalition of the eight Provincial and Regional Councils for International Cooperation. These member-based Councils are committed to global social justice and social change, and represent nearly 400 diverse civil society organizations (CSOs) from across Canada. The ICN provides a national forum in which the Councils collaborate for improved effectiveness and identify common priorities for collective action. Rooted in communities across Canada, we are leaders in public engagement at a local and regional level and are recognized for bringing regional knowledge and priorities to the national level.
Executive directors of the eight councils meet on a regular basis to share information and coordinate national programs, policies and actions. ICN is housed at the Atlantic Council for International Cooperation. For more information, contact the National Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit the ICN Website to Learn More.
Please find below a list of the councils:
The Canadian Council for International Cooperation
ACGC is a member of the Canadian Council for International Cooperation, a coalition of Canadian voluntary sector organizations working globally to achieve sustainable human development. Based in Ottawa, CCIC seeks to end global poverty, and to promote social justice and human dignity for all. ACGC works closely with CCIC to ensure Alberta organizations are represented, especially on issues which affect small and medium organizations. To learn more, visit www.ccic.ca.
ACGC is part of the Alliance 2030 network. Alliance 2030 is a national network of organizations, institutions, and individuals committed to achieving the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals by the year 2030. We believe these goals can be accomplished both in Canada and abroad by working creatively and collaboratively at both the local and global level. Visit www.alliance2030.ca
ACGC is pleased to receive funding from Global Affairs Canada to continue to build the capacity of Alberta-based organizations, and engage Albertans on international development and global issues through the ‘Inspiring Action for Global Citizenship’ Program
ACGC is pleased to receive funding from Global Affairs Canada to continue to build the capacity of Small and Medium organizations, and engage educators and youth on international development and global issues through the ‘Spur Change’ Program. ACGC works closely with Global Affairs Canada to help carry out International Development Week events across Alberta. To learn more visit www.international.gc.ca.
ACGC is pleased to receive funding from Employment and Social Development Canada through Canada Service Corps to operate the Sustainable Development Goals Hub. To learn more visit www.canada.ca/en/services/youth/canada-service-corps.html