Providing British Columbians with accessible opportunities and tools to learn about and take action on global issues
With a vision of all British Columbians as active and involved global citizens, BCCIC works and enters into collaborations, which serve to increase awareness on global issues and how individuals, communities, businesses, and governments alike can become more involved with moving toward a better world.
BCCIC works regularly on a variety of public engagement activities including lunch & learn sessions, webinars, guest speaker presentations, livestreamed programming, regional engagement, public awareness campaigns, and award nominations.
Meet the Team: Sarah Sawaya Sarah just moved to Vancouver in January from Toronto. She completed a BScH from Queen’s University, where she majored in Life Sciences and minored in French Studies. Sarah is passionate about healthcare innovation and sustainable development. When she’s not ~mapping~ she like to go snowboarding, and explore BC! Sarah is […]
Written by Landyn Imagawa, member of the SDG Mapping Team at BCCIC Get ready for some acronyms – over the last several months, the British Columbia Council for International Co-operation (BCCIC) has been working on creating an interactive map which highlights Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) and Nonprofit Organizations (NPOs) across Canada who are working towards the […]
Volunteer Positions to Support BCCIC’s Longhouse Dialogues Longhouse Dialogues is a Women Deliver sanctioned side event being organized by BCCIC. It will consist of a series of dialogues happening from Friday, May 31 to Wednesday, June 5, 2019. This will complement the Women Deliver conference and be inclusive of the voices of young, local and […]