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We are pleased to welcome 21 women leaders from 13 countries as they begin the Advancing Women’s Leadership in Conflict Transformation,...
Coady Institute believes in the power of ordinary citizens to do extraordinary things and, for the past 60 years, we have ensured that citizens remain at the centre of the development process. With your help, working together with local and global change leaders, we can make this a year of local and global action.
Coady International Institute hosted an Open House, December 2, in celebration of the institute’s 60th anniversary. The reception included several funding announcements, totaling more than $1 million supporting Coady’s commitment to, “a full and abundant life for all”.
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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.
Rhonda Head is a participant in Coady’s Indigenous Women in Community Leadership program. She is an event planner, a brain tumor survivor, and a five-time international classical award-winning artist.
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.”