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Annual Appeal 2021

Annual Appeal 2021

Throughout the pandemic Coady continues to support and engage with community leaders working on the ground where change needs to happen the most, prioritizing youth, women, Indigenous leaders, and particularly participants from developing countries. Please consider supporting Coady International Institute so we may continue to offer educational programming for emerging and established community leaders with a passion for social change.

The Coady Connection

The Coady Connection

Read the November edition of The Coady Connection. We are pleased to share with you this collection of stories, accomplishments, and news from the past three months.

The Coady Connection Newsletter – August 2020

The Coady Connection Newsletter – August 2020

Read the August edition of The Coady Connection. We are pleased to share with you this collection of stories, accomplishments, and news from the past three months. We value your connection, support, and dedication toward Coady International Institute. Please continue...

Conferencia online sobre liderazgo comunitario

Conferencia online sobre liderazgo comunitario

Veinte años después de la aprobación de la Resolución 1325 del Consejo de Seguridad de las Naciones Unidas sobre la mujer, la paz y la seguridad – pidiendo que se reconozcan la importancia de la participación de mujeres y niñas y la inclusión de la perspectiva de género en situaciones de conflicto (guerra), negociaciones y reconstrucción de la paz, y que se adopten medidas para el cambio –  los conflictos y las luchas continúan desestabilizando a las comunidades y afectando a mujeres y niñas de manera desproporcionada.

Change is Transpiring says Indigenous Women’s Leadership Graduate

Change is Transpiring says Indigenous Women’s Leadership Graduate

Wyanne (Kiya) Smallboy-Wesley is a graduate of the Indigenous Women in Community Leadership program at Coady Institute. As an Indigenous Facilitator for the Calgary Public Library and the Further Education Society (FESA), she works with a diverse network of communities in the Calgary-area to “build a bridge of safety” between Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities and community members.