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Coady Connection May 2024

We are thrilled to share with you the latest edition of The Coady Connection. We invite you to delve into this newsletter and join us in celebrating the achievements of our graduates, partners, and staff.

Together, we are cultivating a future where everyone has the opportunity to lead, inspire, and create lasting change.

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Introducing the 2024-25 Pathy Fellows 

We are pleased to announce the incoming young leaders for the 2024-25 Pathy Foundation Fellowship at Coady Institute.

The incoming Fellows will attend skill-building sessions and planning workshops at Coady Institute before commencing the ten-month community phase. Fellows will work with community partners to implement a broad diversity of projects, from capacity building and advocacy work with blind youth through storytelling in Nepal, to enhancing equitable access to haircare for Black youth in Ottawa, Ontario, to creating culturally sensitive spaces for addiction support in Edmonton, Alberta, and more

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Now Open: 2024 Sister-to-Sister Program

The Nobel Women’s Initiative (NWI) has opened applications for the 2024 Sister-to-Sister feminist peacebuilders leadership program. Women are indispensable in peacebuilding though historically overlooked and marginalized in formal peace processes. This understanding,...

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Event: Pathy Fellowship Poster Fair

May 23 | Join the 2023-24 Pathy Fellows as they share their experiences implementing innovative projects around the world. Nine Fellows working in Canada, Pakistan, Nigeria, Uganda, Tanzania, and Malawi on a diverse range of social-change initiatives will present their projects.

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Coady Partner CCDB Celebrates 50 Years!

Please join us in congratulating Coady Partner the Christian Commission for Development in Bangladesh (CCDB) who are celebrating 50 years today.

We are proud to work alongside CCDB now, and throughout the past 50 years, as our connection dates back as far as 1972.

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Pathy Fellow Raising Mental Health Awareness in Pakistani Schools

Sara-Maya Kaba is using her Pathy Foundation Fellowship to support mental health in Pakistan. Through the Fellowship, Maya launched آواز (Aawaaz) which translates from Urdu to English as ‘sound’ or ‘voice’. She has been working with students and teachers to improve mental health outcomes through arts and sports activities.

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Journey of WISE over the past 25 years

WISE starts with the resources, skills and solidary women have and unlocks their potential as community and business leaders. They help them overcome their fears and realize their full potential. Everybody has worth, contributions, knowledge and strengths. “From the...

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Pathy Fellow Supporting Student Athletes to Lead Cultures of Consent

Aubrey Rose Apps is a recent graduate of Queen’s University where she co-chaired a student-based advocacy group called Consensual Humans. Motivated to continue this work beyond the walls of her alma mater, she is using her Pathy Fellowship to support student athletes to become leaders in consent education.

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