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Indigenous Women Leaders to Host Alumni Gathering

Strengthening Community, Building Bridges, and Collaborating for ChangeMore than 100 of Canada’s Indigenous women leaders will gather in November at St. Francis Xavier University’s Coady International Institute in Mi'kma'ki, the unceded territory of the...

From Global Change Leader to Obama Foundation Scholar

Rosario Diaz Garavito (Global Change Leaders, 2015) is the Founder and Chief Executive Director of The Millennials Movement – a youth-led, nonprofit organization in Peru that strives to engage citizens, especially youth, and social actors in the sustainable development process of their communities.

OceanPath Fellowship Graduate Receives Award

Coady graduate Ruth Nara (OceanPath Fellowship, 2018-2019) recently received University of Ottawa’s Joseph De Koninck Prize. The Joseph De Koninck Prize at the master’s level is awarded in recognition of a major contribution to knowledge in an interdisciplinary program.

OceanPath Fellows Reflect on Community Learning

Participants, staff, partners, and community members gathered in Coady’s Marie Michael Library Thursday, May 23 as the OceanPath Fellowship 2018-2019 cohort presented community learnings from their yearlong fellowship, which included the design and implementation of a unique community initiative over a nine-month community phase.

Youth Leader Shaping Educational Reform in India

Nanda Kishore Daggupati is in Tamil Nadu, India, where he has facilitated a partnership between Chudar, an organization that works to improve the quality of education for children from underprivileged backgrounds, and the Tamil Nadu government for his initiative, Educational Development through Research, Consulting, and Policy.

Katherine Fleming award turns 20

“Each [recipient] has been an exceptional person, doing great things for their communities and the causes they have championed. Hearing their stories, and what the award means to them, inspires us, and gives us some satisfaction that our efforts to honour Katie by enabling others, has been achieved.”