OCIC AGM& Symposium 2019: Tapestry 2019

In 2019 the International Cooperation sector in Canada was riding a wave of commitments and movement towards gender equality, climate action and sustainable development. Canada’s Feminist International Assistance Policy (FIAP), recently announced Equality Fund, Thrive Agenda, the 2030 Agenda National Strategy and Women Deliver Conference focused resources and opportunities to advance sustainable development action across sectors locally and globally. 
 
OCIC’s AGM & Symposium presented a key opportunity for members to be part of the conversation and effort in sessions focused on funding and insight to leave no one behind, and emergent opportunities in engagement, learning and innovation. 
 

Contributors included: 

  • Julia Anderson, Chief Operations Officer, CanWaCH
  • Neha Beri, Parliamentary Affairs Manager, RESULTS Canada
  • Andrea Dicks, Chief Operating Officer, Community Foundations of Canada
  • Sophie Rosa, Director, Public Affairs and Member Services, Canadian Council for International Co-operation
  • Jessica Ferne, Vice President, OCIC Board of Directors
  • Christina MacIsaac, Director of Innovation, Fund for Innovation and Transformation (FIT)
  • Isabelle Kim, Director of Community and Learning, OCIC
  • Yusuf Zine – Director, “I Am Rohingya: A Genocide in Four Acts
  • Kimberly Gibbons, Executive Director, OCIC
For the participant package, click here
 
For event-related background documents, see:
OCIC By-Laws – Approved September 2019
OCIC Community Engagement and Learning Programs Concept Note

OCIC Consultation Report on Canada’s 2030 Agenda National Strategy
Results Canada Election Toolkit

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