July 13, 2017 - Two Canadian civil society representatives and two youth delegates will participate in the United Nations High-Level Political Forum (HLPF) on sustainable development alongside the government of Canada this week in New York City (July 10th – 19th). The Inter-Council Network of ... continue reading.
Common Concern: Standing Together as Global Citizens will enable us to reflect on the seismic shift in recent times of the global political landscape - evidenced in the election of a demagogue to the most important political position in the world, volatile referenda ... continue reading.
The Inter-Council Network and the Canadian Partnership for Women and Children’s Health (CanWaCH) invite you to a webinar on "Health Proposal Writing for Global Affairs Canada". A webinar offering tips and insights to develop proposals on health for Global Affairs Canada, in anticipation of an ... continue reading.
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 ... continue reading.
In 2016, the ICN commissioned a study on the current state of funding for Canadian development organizations, which highlighted the disproportionate cut in funding to small and medium-sized organizations. The study also provides empirical evidence of the key role that small and medium-sized ... continue reading.
The ICN has submitted comprehensive comments on Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada’s Draft Civil Society Partnership Policy. In this report, the ICN stresses that adherence to human rights-based principles, commitments, standards, and approaches be explicit preconditions for partnership, ... continue reading.