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Nadine Bernard launched Slow Cooked Dreams as a participant of Coady’s Indigenous Women in Community Leadership program in 2017. The mentorship and community engagement phase of the program supports participants as they implement community initiatives that often...read more
“I’ve inspired a lot of people to break the glass ceiling – to do what they think they cannot do in society.”read more
Karri-Lynn Paul’s journey with Coady International Institute started in 2011 as an Indigenous Women in Community Leadership program participant. She later continued with the program as a facilitator, then a mentor, and in 2018, officially...read more
Dr. Mamatha Achanta (Women’s Research Fellowship, 2018; Advocacy: Increasing Citizen Voice and Agency, 2016) is a women’s and children’s rights activist, pro-bono lawyer, and founder of Tharuni – a non-government organization working for the welfare of...read more
Currently completing the mentorship and community engagement phase of the program, Lorelei has been working to develop a line of educational resources aimed to improve safety for women and girls.read more
Shyam Thapa (Diploma in Development Leadership, 2018) is the Programme Analyst, Gender for United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), Nepal. “UNFPA is the United Nations’ sexual and reproductive health agency. Our mission is to deliver a world where every pregnancy is...read more
Join us for the annual StFX Homecoming Coffee with Coady, featuring the 20th presentation of the Katherine Fleming International Development Award presented annually to an African woman leader dedicated to working with women and children.
Saturday, October 5, 9:30am
Markin Global Complex, Coady International Institute
Related: Katherine Fleming award turns 20
Indigenous Women in Community Leadership Participants Arrive
October 14 – Participants arrive at Coady International Institute for the Indigenous Women in Community Leadership program – an award-winning initiative for Indigenous women leaders using Coady’s asset-based approach and prioritizing indigenous knowledge and ways of learning.
Indigenous Women in Community Leadership Alumni Gathering
November 1 – 4
More than 100 of Canada’s Indigenous women leaders will gather in November at St. Francis Xavier University’s Coady International Institute in Mi’kma’ki, the unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq people.
Stay tuned public events and opportunities to get involved!
Nobel Women Initiative’s Sister-to-Sister Mentees Arrive on Campus
November 11 – 17
The Sister-to-Sister Mentorship Program provides valuable advocacy and grassroots organizing training to incredible young women activists from around the world. Six feminist peace activists travel to Ottawa for a six-week communications and advocacy, with one week at Coady Institute in Antigonish, Nova Scotia.
Stay tuned for a chance to meet the mentees!
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