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.