September 29 | Working While Black will address some of the behaviours Black Workers in Nova Scotia face every day in their workplaces. Join us as we learn of some of the challenges facing those who provide counselling and other psychological services to those same Black workers.
The Antigonish Movement lives on and it is evident when you step into the Bergengren (Antigonish) branch of the East Coast Credit Union.
Meet three of the thirteen young leaders from across Canada who recently completed the first of five key components of the Pathy Foundation Fellowship.
September 9 | The world of work is fast changing. In this conversation, Coady graduates from across the world will share their reflections on the changing nature of work and its implication for workers.
September 22 | Join us as we celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Coady Institute’s International Centre for Women’s Leadership.
Aug 5 | This webinar highlights diverse practices of learning in and for community development in different contexts around the world.
July 28 | A respected Zimbabwean feminist, activist, popular educator, and academic, Shereen Essof leads JASS Southern Africa’s programs on women’s rights, empowerment, and movement-building in Malawi, Zambia, and Zimbabwe, and at the regional level.
Event: A Conversation with Laurie Edwards – A Kitchen Table Dialogue on the Future of Work and Workers
July 6 | In this conversation with Laurie Edwards, we will explore the key changes Laurie has seen in the workplace and workforce over her 25-year career in career development and counseling.
Coady Institute extends partnership with Participedia – a global resource for participatory democracy – to expand its network with funding from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council.
July 7 | Join us as we launch the Feminist Leadership Speaker Series celebrating the 10th anniversary of Coady Institute’s International Centre for Women’s Leadership. Srilatha Batliwala is the series’ first speaker and she is a long-time women’s rights advocate. She focuses on concepts and practices of feminist movement-building, women’s transformative leadership, gender-sensitive monitoring and evaluation, and capacity building and mentoring of young women activists.