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Coady’s Indigenous Women in Community Development program supports First Nations, Métis and Inuit women committed to fostering development and creating social change in their organizations, communities and Nations. Participants Jasmine Collis and Lisa Osawamick are creating impact in their respective communities by providing and supporting health and wellness initiatives.
“You just have to find ways to survive somehow. And like most women, we have to just look at wherever the opportunities are and go for it.”
GAWN supports women in creating and maintaining income opportunities through self-employment. They offer workshops in enterprise and finance, networking and peer-support opportunities, and host business exposure visits.
We are pleased to share with you this collection of stories, accomplishments, and news from the past three months.
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Jackie Lidubwi (Global Change Leaders, 2017) is a television producer for Kenya Broadcasting Company (KBC). Her goal is to create...
Read the December edition of The Coady Connection.
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.