Tuesday, March 8 - International Women's Day - Global Affairs Canada announced a $67.5 million investment "for projects putting gender equality at heart of climate action". The investment includes $14.8 million for Rural Women Cultivating Change, an initiative led by...
As the Director of the International Centre for Women’s Leadership at Coady Institute, Eileen Alma focuses on advancing the leadership of persons identifying as women in political, economic, social and legal spaces, key to addressing poverty and inequalities both locally and globally.
As CEO of the Delmore ‘Buddy’ Daye Learning Institute, Sylvia Paris-Drummond helps improve the education environment for African Nova Scotian learners and educators.
Dr. Robin Neustaeter, who leads Coady Institute’s work in peacebuilding and conflict transformation, gives moving remarks about the lived realities of war and the precariousness of peace.
We are pleased to announce the incoming young leaders for the 2022-23 Pathy Foundation Fellowship at Coady Institute.
Coady graduate, Patience Agwenjang recently spoke with Cameroon Radio Television (CRTV) alongside the High Commissioner of Canada in Cameroon, Richard Bale on the site of their “ABCD Institute” workshops.
ENGAGE! Women's Empowerment and Active Citizenship is a five-year initiative co-designed by Coady Institute and five partner organizations in Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Haiti, India, and Tanzania. All six organizations recently designed and facilitated a Learning Forum on...
Feb 8 | Throughout her life, Waneek Horn-Miller has always stood up for what was right—as a mother, an activist, an athlete, and an entrepreneur. This has entailed hard choices, pain, and sacrifice. But this commitment has also made her one of Canada’s most inspiring figures. Join us virtually for a discussion with Waneek Horn-Miller.
A partnership between Coady Institute and the Santiago, Chile-based Educación Popular en Salud (EPES) Foundation has strengthened Latin American women’s networks through the course Women’s Leadership, Participation and Community Works, held November 8 to 26.
Youth from Saugeen First Nation came together on Friday, November 5, 2021 to participate in a one day Leadership Training facilitated by Coady’s Circle of Abundance Teaching Staff, in partnership with the Saugeen Youth Council and Further Education Society of Alberta (FESA).