News and Events
How does one go from working with street kids in Lagos, Nigeria to a university classroom in Antigonish, Nova Scotia? For Matuluko Ephraim Oduboye it is through a lot of hard work and sacrifice.
Read the October edition of The Coady Connection.We are pleased to share with you this collection of stories, accomplishments, and news...
Thirty-five community leaders from thirteen countries around the globe celebrated their accomplishments as they each graduated from one of Coady’s three new thematic certificate offerings: Promoting Accountable Democracies, Building Resilient Communities, and Strengthening Inclusive Economies.
Our Rethinking Partnerships class met with Antigonish and Haifax Mayors last week.
Reflecting on her relationship with Coady – first as a student, then as a member of its advisory board, and now as its seventh Coady Chair in Social Justice Sadi says, “The work of Coady is highly regarded in South Africa.”
For Vali, she decided to return home and this week her social enterprise packaged their first product, aimed to help improve menstrual health in rural India.
Salome Nduta Mbugua (Global Change Leaders, 2016), a Protection Officer for the National Coalition of Human Rights Defenders in Kenya will be awarded the inaugural Scottish Bar International Human Rights Award at a ceremony in Edinburg this November.
In celebration of 100 years of the Antigonish Movement and 90 years of StFX Extension Department as well as the upcoming 60th anniversary of Coady International Institute in 2019, there can be no better time to introduce the Kay Thompson Desjardins Award for Social Entrepreneurship sponsored by Coady and presented by the Antigonish Chamber of Commerce.
With 2018 Coady Chair in Social Justice, Sadi Motsuenyane.