Leadership for Economic and Social Change

Coady Institute offers educational programming for emerging and established community leaders with a passion for social change.

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“Coady acknowledges the time constraints faced by professionals and offers short courses tailored to local contexts, eliminating the need for travel to Canada. ”

Ng’endo Munyui (Towards Decolonial Feminist Leadership, 2024)

“If you want to do good for your community, if you want to create change – Coady is the place to go.”

Tamara Cremo, Miꞌkmaꞌki (Indigenous Women in Community Leadership, 2016)

“The Coady courses are very practical and grounded to community development rather than theorizing. The trainers are very experienced and experts in making everyone learn.”

Jovita S Mlay (Asset-Based Community Development, Livelihoods and Markets, 2023)

“The Coady experience offers a comprehensive hands-on learning opportunity on a global scale.”

Tadele Worku (Climate Change Basics for Community Resilience, Future of Work and Workers, 2023)

News and Events

Pathy Fellowship adds Alumnx Seat to Selection Committee

Pathy Fellowship adds Alumnx Seat to Selection Committee

The Pathy Foundation Fellowship is pleased to announce that for the first time, a designated Pathy Alumnx position will be added to the program’s Selection Committee. Daniela Gallardo (Cohort 6, 2021-22) will become the eighth member of this year’s Selection Committee and will contribute to interviewing, evaluating, and deliberating which candidates will form Cohort 9 of the Pathy Foundation Fellowship.

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Coady Connection, February 2024

Coady Connection, February 2024

This newsletter tells the story of what the Coady Institute team and our partners have been working on during the past eight months here in Nova Scotia, Canada, and countries around the world.

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StFX espi-kina’matno’kuom etek Mi’kma’ki, wejkwa’taqanik Mi’kmaq maqamikewmuew mna’q iknmuetu’tik. Nalikitquniejk na Mi’kmawey wisun wjit Antigonish teluek Aklasie’w-iktuk, ‘place where branches are torn off.’ 


StFX is located in Mi’kma’ki, the unceded ancestral territory of the Mi’kmaw people. The Mi’kmaw name for Antigonish is Nalikitquniejk, meaning ‘place where branches are torn off.’