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ENGAGE! Women’s Empowerment and Active Citizenship is a five-year initiative co-designed by Coady Institute and five partner-organizations in Ethiopia, India, Tanzania, Bangladesh, and Haiti. The project’s goal is to advance gender equality and poverty reduction by enhancing women’s capacity to participate in the social and economic life of their communities.
June 15 | The Indigenous Innovation Initiative and the Circle of Abundance at Coady Institute have partnered to host a summer virtual celebration of Indigenous Innovation Leadership. This will also be the launch of the Indigenous Innovation Initiative Paddles UP! fundraising campaign. Each component of this celebration will acknowledge, amplify, and tell the story of Indigenous innovation leadership in Canada.
A unique partnership at St. Francis Xavier University is connecting student interns from the Schwartz School of Business with Coady Institute and partner organization, Self Employed Women’s Association (SEWA) in India.
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March 10 | Join us during International Women’s Week for a discussion circle with the program teaching staff from the International Centre for Women’s Leadership at Coady Institute, who will analyze the moves women are making, the scores and the setbacks, and what’s at stake.
Coady Institute is accepting applications from StFX students for up to four summer student intern positions in the areas of Indigenous leadership and women’s leadership.
As the 2021-22 Pathy Foundation Fellows prepare to begin their yearlong fellowship journey, they are sharing more about their community initiatives and partnerships.
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.