Missed our webinar on the progress made to date in the Civil Society Partnerships for International Assistance Policy?
You can now watch the recording here!
In September 2017, the Minister for International Development, Marie-Claude Bibeau, launched the Civil Society Partnerships for International Assistance Policy, with nine objectives for how the government would engage with civil society. In December 2017, at a webinar organized by CCIC, Assistant Deputy Minister Caroline Leclerc, announced the establishment of a CSO Policy Advisory Group (CPAG) to give shape to the implementation plan for the policy.
One year later, catch up on the progress to date – including the implementation plan on objectives on gender equality and empowering women and girls (Objective 1), predictable, equitable and flexible funding (Objective 6), and engaging Canadians as global citizens (Objective 8) – and find out what is next for the CPAG.
Marianick Tremblay, Director General, Engaging Canadians, Partnerships for Development Innovation, Global Affairs Canada – and GAC Co-Chair of the Civil Society Policy Advisory Group
Kimberly Gibbons, Executive Director CSO Co-Chair of the Civil Society Policy Advisory Group at Ontario Council for International Cooperation.
Shelagh Savage, CSO Co-Chair of the Civil Society Policy Advisory Group at Coady International Institute.
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