• Volunteer Position: BC 2030 Assistant

    BC2030 Assistant If you are interested in global issues and social justice, want to engage with the big issues in a practical setting, and want an opportunity to network with civil society professionals we want you to volunteer with us! As a network of over 100 civil society members, the BC Council for International Cooperation […]


  • Themes of the United Nations Status of Women Conference

    Written by Pathana Viravongsa, BCCIC Delegate to CSW 63  It is hard not to feel overwhelmed by the multitude of events occurring at the UN CSW63. In conjunction with the main UN proceedings, there is a full schedule of back-to-back side events, as well as full days worth of NGO events. In attempts to navigate […]

  • Sustainable Development Goals Yoga Resources

    This resource page provides a hub of material to learn and use #SDGYoga, the 60 minute yoga practice that assigns a yoga pose to each of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. This includes Introductory Training Video Faciliator Manual SDGYoga Trailer By sharing the instruction and concepts of the routine, we believe we can ensure […]

BCCIC’s Movement Map is a home-grown project that maps organizations whose work is connected to the Sustainable Development Goals. Use the map to search for Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) that are doing work Internationally, or who are addressing sustainable development in British Columbia and Canada’s North. Look for organizations to volunteer or work with, or just learn more about all the great work  happening in your community!




BC 2030 is a non-partisan political campaign that looks to the UN Sustainable Development Goals as an opportunity for British Columbia to demonstrate provincial leadership on global issues.

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