We’re Back With Another Playlist!
Our Spotify podcast playlist is back by popular demand! We’ve curated a list of podcast episodes for newbies and seasoned development practitioners alike looking to learn more about, or challenge their thinking on decolonization, gender justice, international cooperation and the work being done to create
We’re Back With Another Playlist!
The 10 year anniversary of Creatively United for the Planet’s first Earth Day event was celebrated with an incredible panel of youth voices that featured five young Canadian changemakers working in creative ways to help amplify youth voices in the fight against climate change with research, policy, community building, education
Teaching and Learning with the SDGs: Educators and students driving transformational change in academic settings
Increasingly, educators, administrators, and students are taking note of the urgent need for educational institutions to lead transformational change, and many are noting the centrality of the SDGs to these change processes. In this session, we will hear from sustainability leaders in the education sector describe what they are doing,
In partnership with Hope International Development Agency, BCCIC and VIDEA, this event will showcase women’s agency and leadership in localized solutions to climate change, environmental and disaster risk reduction in Canada, Haiti, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
We love podcasts, but with over 800,000 active podcasts currently in circulation, it can be hard to figure out which episodes or series you should invest your time in. BCCIC’s got you covered! During International Development Week 2022, we released a Spotify playlist of podcast episodes that explores topics related
The UN Commission on the Status of Women (CSW): Intergenerational delegations to advance gender equality
COVID-19 has introduced unprecedented global challenges, and many solutions came at the cost of marginalized and vulnerable groups. Decades of advocacy and policy progress on gender equality and social justice were at risk of regressing, or in many cases, being lost altogether. However, there has also been opportunity. Our collective
The British Columbia Council for International Cooperation (BCCIC) seeks to ensure increased access for British Columbians, especially youth, to opportunities to engage on gender equality, climate change and the SDGs. In order to meet this objective, BCCIC focuses its efforts on engaging youth, building their capacities and organizing opportunities to
BCCIC coordinated a delegation of 14 women for the 64th session of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW64) this March in New York City. The BCCIC CSW64 delegation and other BCCIC members worked collectively to write this report on gender empowerment, women’s equality, and the SDGs.
In light of
For the United Nations, 2019 marks the completion of the first round of in-depth reviews for the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The High Level Political Forum in July will provide an assessment for the remaining five goals under review as well as the continued presentation of Voluntary National Reviews
Laurel Wayne-Nixon, Lead SDG Policy Researcher, British Columbia Council for International Cooperation, and Shannon Kindornay, Director of Research, Policy and Practice, Canadian Council for International Co-operation.
On May 15, 2019, the Government of Canada closed its two-month consultation on Canada’s 2030 Agenda National Strategy. Along with 192 other countries, Canada committed to the