News and Events
Coady International Institute hosted an Open House, December 2, in celebration of the institute’s 60th anniversary. The reception included several funding announcements, totaling more than $1 million supporting Coady’s commitment to, “a full and abundant life for all”.
We are excited to announce our 2020 education programs! In addition to ongoing programming for Youth, Indigenous, and Women leaders, we are pleased to announce a fresh and globally informed slate of certificate offerings for 2020 that will support local and global leaders in working together to bring about lasting economic and social change.
In the early part of their fellowships, Rosa Marina and Shirley were welcomed into the classroom for Coady’s Indigenous Women in Community Leadership (IWCL) program for First Nations, Métis, and Inuit women in Canada. Following the program, they participated in the IWCL Alumni Gathering that welcomed approximately 100 Indigenous women leaders back to campus for an opportunity to come together, forge connections, collaborate, and amplify their impact.
As part of Climate and Democracy Week 2019, we are pleased to collaborate with StFX University and others to host this week with the theme, For a Sustainable Future. Join us for one of these upcoming events, or learn more about our commitment to climate action through our educational program offerings.
More than 100 Indigenous leaders from across the country and beyond are traveling to Antigonish this week to take part in Coady Institute’s Indigenous Women in Leadership (IWCL) program’s Alumni Gathering, Nov. 1 to 4, at St. Francis Xavier Univerisity in Mi’kma’ki, the traditional and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq people.
How does one go from working with street kids in Lagos, Nigeria to a university classroom in Antigonish, Nova Scotia? For Matuluko Ephraim Oduboye it is through a lot of hard work and sacrifice.
Canada’s Role as Ally for Indigenous Leadership in Community Development
November 27, 11:30am
CCIC Summit on Canada’s Global Leadership, Ottawa, Ontario
Coady graduates and Coady staff will highlight the leadership of Indigenous women both globally and in Canada to demonstrate the ways that Canada’s commitments to sustainable development goals are equally critical and can be achieved for Indigenous communities at abroad and at home.
Join us as we celebrate the 60th anniversary of Coady Institute and share our vision of bringing local and global together.
Main Building, Coady Institute
12:00pm – 2:00pm → Tours, Networking, and Refreshments
12:30pm – 1:00pm → Remarks and Announcements (Coady lobby)
Annual Training Evaluation Compendium in Africa (ATECA) Conference
December 3 – 5, Nairobi, Kenya
ATECA Conference is a multi-disciplinary collaborative leadership forum – an event that brings together communities of practitioners, innovators and investors in the training, learning and development industry as well as the human resource development field.
Highlights for Coady Graduates:
- Sessions just for Coady graduates with opportunity to share, learn, and connect with each other.
- Dinner for graduates celebrating Coady Institute’s 60th Anniversary with opportunity to connect, have fun, and win prizes!