News and Events
As Executive Director of Good Samaritan Association (GSA) in Ethiopia, Tirubirhan has been working to aid survivors of human trafficking for more than 18 years.
The Women Research Fellowship offers Coady graduates an opportunity to return to the Institute’s campus to carry out action-research and community projects connected to their work at home.
The North American Indigenous Games Council elected Coady graduate Dale Tamara Plett as president – making her the first indigenous woman to hold the position.
Coady Teaching Staff member Julien Landry has contributed the latest work in the series with an Innovative Practice; Participatory, Accountable, and Inclusive Governance in Practice: A Collection of Participedia Case Studies by Coady Graduates.
More than 50 participants have graduated from Coady’s off-campus offerings over the past month.
Cecil Wilson is a current participant in Coady’s Diploma in Development Leadership program. He is the Country Coordinator for Universal Outreach Foundation and co-owner of Liberia Pure Honey.
Circle of Abundance – Amplifying Indigenous Women’s Leadership
Join the Circle of Abundance and help us in reaching our $1M fundraising goal. Every $1 donated becomes $2 in this match campaign!
Circle of Abundance – Amplifying Indigenous Women’s Leadership was launched with a generous donation by Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds, and a matching contribution by the Jeannine Deveau Education Equity Endowment Fund.
One People, One Heartbeat: Creating Connections through Art
Coady Institute is celebrating the International Day of Friendship with the launch of an online art gallery. We are inviting Coady graduates from around the world to submit up to three examples of their art. Entries selected will be a featured in an online/virtual exhibition beginning July 30.
Deadline for submissions: Sunday, July 12, 5pm (ADT)
COVID-19 Webinar Series:
Drawing on our Collective Strengths to Promote Civic Leadership in these Extraordinary Times
We are hearing that around the world, Coady graduates and their organizations are finding ways to support their communities to respond to the COVID-19 crisis. For that reason, we are convening a series of community conversations of Coady grads to share ideas and experiences, questions and challenges as to how we can best respond to COVID-19, using an asset-based, community driven approach.
Missed a webinar? Watch them all on our YouTube Channel playlist
Reimagining the Coady Chair in Social Justice
The Coady Chair in Social Justice (CCSJ) is a fund aimed at engaging StFX University, Coady Institute, and the community in issues of social justice. This spring the CCSJ Committee is stepping back to engage stakeholders in reimagining what could be. Join us in sharing your thoughts. Learn more about the Coady Chair in Social Justice (CCSJ).
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