News and Events
Coady Institute is pleased to collaborate with Voice to support its From Open to Inclusive Governance: Global Innovate and Learn grant program participants. The collaboration includes a €25,000 allocation for Coady staff to design and facilitate an online learning and accompaniment program titled, Livening the Linking and Learning: Supporting Citizen-Led Accountability Project Planning and Implementation for Voice grantees with projects in Kenya, Uganda, Nigeria, Mali, and Ghana.
We are pleased to welcome 95 community leaders from around the globe for the first three in a series of online certificate programs who are joining us from Antigua & Barbuda, Australia, Bangladesh, Cameroon, Canada, Ethiopia, Ghana, Haiti, India, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Mali, Morocco, Nepal, Nigeria, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Tajikistan, Tanzania, Uganda, United States of America, and Zimbabwe.
Coady Institute is one of nine Canadian organizations to receive funding toward advancing gender equality from the Fund for Innovation and Transformation (FIT). The Institute will receive $236,000 over 15 months for Farmer-led Tools, Dashboard Development and the Future of Farming.
Coady Institute continues to recognize and work to advance women’s peace and security at all levels through dialogue, advocacy, action, and learning.
La conférence électronique Local Women’s Voices for Peace (voix féminines locales pour la paix) annonce des séances mondiales
September 21 to 24, 2020La conférence électronique Local Women’s Voices for Peace (voix féminines locales pour la paix) annonce des séances mondiales Plus de 600 leaders communautaires se sont inscrits à la conférence virtuelle de l’Institut Coady à l’occasion du 20e...
Webinar Series: A Kitchen Table Dialogue on the Future of Work and Workers
Coady Institute and the Centre for Employment Innovation are reviving the tradition of Kitchen Table meetings through a series of online discussions on the Future of Work and Workers so that we may collectively learn from each other.
Reflections and Insights from the Canadian Labour Movement
Oct 7, 2020 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM
Atlantic Daylight Time (Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada) – don’t forget to check your local time zone!
This webinar is the fourth in a recently launched series of facilitated discussions exploring some of the key themes that are redefining work as we know it today. Focusing on the context in Nova Scotia in particular and integrating the broader Canadian perspective, issues that will be explored include the role of precarious workers, implications of a green / decarbonised economy for jobs and workers, a worker-centered response to new and emerging technologies, and the future of organised labour.