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We are pleased to announce the incoming young leaders for the 2021-22 Pathy Foundation Fellowship at Coady International Institute. In the largest cohort yet, six fellows from the previously deferred 2020-21 program will join ten new fellows for a cohort of 16. Each fellow has adapted their community initiative for the current global context, and will continue to do so as we see changes in Covid-19 spread and response in local communities around the globe.
Dr. Amit was a former director of Coady Institute serving from 1991 to 1994 and 1995 to 1996. He played a significant role in the development of Coady’s transformative learning experience.
Coady graduates Andikuza Litete-Makhumula (Malawi) and Josephine Yelang (Cameroon) are being recognized for their outstanding contributions to community.
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Veinte años después de la aprobación de la Resolución 1325 del Consejo de Seguridad de las Naciones Unidas sobre la mujer, la paz y la seguridad – pidiendo que se reconozcan la importancia de la participación de mujeres y niñas y la inclusión de la perspectiva de género en situaciones de conflicto (guerra), negociaciones y reconstrucción de la paz, y que se adopten medidas para el cambio – los conflictos y las luchas continúan desestabilizando a las comunidades y afectando a mujeres y niñas de manera desproporcionada.
In partnership with local women leaders working in the areas of women’s rights, peace, and security around the globe, Coady Institute is pleased to announce the community leadership e-conference, “Local Women’s Voices for Peace”, to take place September 21 to 24, 2020.
As part of our commitment to developing youth leaders, twelve student summer interns have been working alongside Coady Institute and the Centre for Employment Innovation (CEI) staff members over the last few months. We are pleased to introduce you to the four International Centre for Women’s Leadership interns at Coady Institute.
Lynda Fox Trudeau is an Anishinaabe-Odawa woman from Wiikwemkoong Unceded Territory located on Manitoulin Island, Ontario, Canada. A graduate of Coady’s Indigenous Women in Community Leadership program (2015), she is the General Manager for the Debajehmujig Theatre Group.
Karen MacKenzie is a proud Cree-Métis woman, business owner, knowledge keeper, community supporter, and a program Mentor for Coady Institute’s Indigenous Women in Community Leadership (IWCL) program.
One of the key components of Coady Institute’s Indigenous Women in Community Leadership (IWCL) program is connecting program participants with the guidance and support of experienced Indigenous women mentors. Gaya’do:węhs Lu Ann Hill-MacDonald is a Mohawk woman of the Bear Clan from the Six Nations of the Grand River Territory, Ontario, Canada. As an Education Consultant, she is dedicated to advancing Indigenous education programs.