Watch Today: What’s New in Results-Based Management Webinar
The webinar covers what Global Affairs Canada wishes you knew about Results-Based Management. The facilitator will go in-depth over new developments in RBM that are directly relevant to organizations wishing to apply for Global Affairs Canada funding, including how to navigate the application process and Global Affairs Canada expectations for Results-Based Management.
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In preparation for the webinar, you may consider reviewing the following documents:
In this 90-minute webinar Karen presents a consolidated overview of the various gender equality requirements in the new call for proposal to ensure a strengthened understanding of both what is expected, and how to ‘do business differently’.
- Context: The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the Government of Canada’s new Feminist International Assistance Policy (FIAP), Canada’s ODA priorities.
- Understanding GAC’s new program typology: Gender-targeted vs Gender integrated (fully / partially) and what it means for program design.
- Gender equality in Results-based Management (RBM) tools: Where and how is gender equality included across RBM tools?
- GAC’s 3 Gender Equality Objectives: Possible results statements and indicators.
- Gender based analysis: What, why and how?
The Inter-Council Network (ICN) has long advocated for civil society and youth representation on official Canadian delegations to international meetings. The 2017 High-Level Political Forum (HLPF) on sustainable development, which took place in July in New York City, was the first occasion that this call was heard and was launched back to the ICN to manage the selection process. The HLPF 2017 Civil Society and Youth Delegate Participation – An ICN Synthesis Report, includes: an outline of the ICN’s role, process, and resources invested; a summary of the experience and outcomes of the civil society (CSO) representatives and youth participation as official delegates; and recommendations for similar processes in the future, for the organizing entity, Global Affairs Canada as well as future CSO and youth delegates. The report was informed by the ICN’s own experience, reports submitted by the four delegates to the ICN (as part of their agreement with the ICN), as well as their feedback through a satisfaction survey.
In response to Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau’s public review and consultation of Canada’s international assistance policy and funding framework, the ICN submitted an in-depth report highlighting the importance of The Addis Ababa Action Agenda on financing for development, Agenda 2030 and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and the Paris Agreement on climate change point to the need for urgent action by Canada and others to address global sustainable development challenges.