Youth for Gender Equality’s Youth Led Roadmap
Authors: Plan Canada, ACGC
Published: June 2019
The uniquely youth-led Roadmap – launched at the Women Deliver 2019 Global Conference in Vancouver, on Tuesday, June 4, 2019. It reflects the powerful perspectives of over 300 youth from all over Canada with diverse experiences and backgrounds, such as youth who have experienced homelessness, Indigenous youth, young people of colour, newcomers to Canada and members of the 2SLGBTQIA+ community, among others, as well as individuals from remote and rural communities in Canada.
The Roadmap includes 20 recommendations that individual Canadians can take today to achieve gender equality within their homes, communities and beyond. It also includes more than 40 additional recommendations targeted at public institutions, the private sector and governments to help Canada achieve Sustainable Development Goal 5: Gender equality, by the goals’ end date of 2030.
A Feminist Approach to Climate Justice
Authors: ICN, ACGC
Published: June 2019
The Inter-Council Network Youth Delegates attending Women Deliver have participated in a collective process, forming a policy document “A feminist approach to climate justice.”
“Women are disproportionately affected by climate change impacts such as droughts, floods, and other
extreme weather events. They also have a critical role in combatting climate change, but need to be
better represented at all levels of decision making. Empowering women will be a significant factor in
meeting the climate challenge.”
-Former UNFCCC Executive Secretary, Christina Figuere
Together 2017 – Collaboration, Innovation, and the Sustainable Development Goals
This symposium report is based on the outcomes of Together 2017, the first ever multi-stakeholder SDG Symposium in Canada. Hosted by the Alberta Council for Global Cooperation (ACGC), the Symposium brought together over 270 attendees, representing 150 organizations.
International Assistance Review Consultation: Reports
Authors: ACGC, ICN, CCIC
Published: July 2016
Reports submitted to Global Affairs Canada as part of the international assistance review and consultation process held by the Minister of International Development and La Francophonie, Marie-Claude Bibeau between May 18 – July 31, 2016.
Small and Medium Sized Organizations as Development Actors: A Review of Evidence
Author: Brian Tomlinson
Published: May 2016
Specialized, well-connected, and flexible, small and medium sized organizations play a crucial role in international development and public engagement in Canadia. They operate in our cities and communities, and their impact stretches beyond our borders to reach the most vulnerable in our world.
Canadian Perspectives on International Development: Report of Results
Collaborators: Engineers Without Borders Canada, Inter-Council Network, and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Published: February 2015
This report is the results of a commissioned a public opinion poll conducted to gain an understanding of Canadians’ knowledge of, opinions on and engagement in global poverty issues.
Albertan Views: Global Poverty Study
Date: January 2009
This report outlines the results of a province-wide and Canada-wide survey conducted by ACGC), in partnership with the Wild Rose Foundation and Angus Reid Strategies, which examined the public perceptions of global poverty and the role that Albertans (and Canadians) play in addressing this important issue.