Our news stories from around the world
A new campaign is underway to inspire women in Northern Ghana to train to join the workforce as welders, carpenters, plumbers, bricklayers, electricians and more.
In 2018, after consultations with the National Police of Ukraine (NPU) and a comprehensive needs assessment, the Canada-Ukraine Police Development Project (CUPDP) funded by Global Affairs Canada, sought to integrate the use of simulation training for police officers in Ukraine.
As part of Canadian Gender Equality week, SURGe, the Support for Ukraine’s Reforms for Governance Program funded by Global Affairs Canada, shared stories of significant steps forward in Gender Equality in Ukraine
Views from our Papua New Guinea office as the country marks its Independence Day: Contemplating our options to forge a better, locally driven, gender equitable way out of the “niupela pasin” – the new normal.
On International Day of Democracy, we reflected on how our team in Ukraine worked to strengthen democratic resilience by enhancing public investment governance supports.
As part of “Comunica” – the Building Extractive Sector Governance in Colombia Project funded by Global Affairs Canada – team leaders quickly recognized that sustainability in local economic development was vital for residents in poor, vulnerable communities to benefit from the extractive sector.
Download the Post-2020 Conference Financial Tracking Report in English, French and Spanish.
Why if we do not move from rhetoric to action, we risk tokenism rather than transformation as the impacts of climate change increase our need for locally-led crisis and disaster response.
Since 2015, Comunica has worked with policymakers and local communities to apply new technology and approaches to age-old problems – improving the lives of Colombians, with a focus on the poor, vulnerable and women. On May 31, 2021, the project, funded by Global Affairs Canada, officially came to a close.
“The future of International NGOs is an important conversation in Australia and globally. They have played critical roles in raising public awareness to humanitarian challenges in corners of the world that might otherwise be invisible.” – Dr. Bernadette Whitelum
The Good Will Hunters podcast convenes global thinkers for their insights and ideas on what it will take to create the NGO of the future.