Coady Connects

Webinar Series


The Coady Connects Graduate Learning Network Webinar Series is designed to provide a space for Coady graduates and staff to share their knowledge and experiences and to contribute to the ongoing learning efforts of all. Webinars are hosted live and recordings posted to YouTube for the public to access. As well, the recordings and additional resources are added to the repository of resources in Coady Connects, where graduates from all across the globe are invited to continue discussions on each webinar topic.

Are you a Coady graduate who is willing to share your learning? Contact us at to discuss the possibilities!

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All times listed below are Atlantic time (Nova Scotia)

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Past Webinars:

Feminist Economics in Practice: Inclusive Gender Responsive Budgeting Tools and Techniques for Finance and Non-Finance Community Leaders

Tuesday, April 30, 2019
Naima Imam Chowdhury
This webinar is about presenting the tools and techniques for inclusive gender responsive budgeting for community leaders, and how to simplify feminist economics and bring it to the practice level, how inclusion and rights can be ensured in budgeting and public expenditures, and how the local economy and budgeting processes can consider women’s and marginalized people’s voices and rights instead of considering them as products/markets/actors.

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Wednesday, June 27, 2018

We know that movements matter—they are one of the only ways to change gendered social norms, ensure accountability of power structures, and influence policy and practice.

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Tuesday, June 5, 2018

When we think of community, we likely think of a group of individuals in a physical environment. But what does a community “look like” in digital spaces?

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Thursday, May 17, 2018

David will be recording addition content on this topic and hosting ongoing discussions with graduates in Coady Connects’ Community Resilience node.

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