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Access the presentations from the recent webinar on Microinsurance in International Development

Microinsurance in International Development - Uses, Challenges and Questions of Equity, Sponsored by the READI Project and CAIDP
of February 08, 2018 at 10:30 AM EST


WHO - Call for expression of interest for evaluation consultants

The WHO Evaluation Office seeks expressions of interest from qualified independent evaluators and evaluation consultants or teams of independent evaluators and others with experience in thematic, strategic and impact level evaluations, in-country and project level evaluations for the following corporate evaluations selected from its 2018-2019 workplan.


2018 Training Schedule for July 2018: Advance RBM, Theory of Change & Deliverology; Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation Workshop

Come, participate and celebrate in International, Inc. 21th Year of organizing dynamic International Workshops: Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation and; Advanced RBM, Theory of Change and Deliverology Workshop.


Appel pour des bénévoles pour faire partie de quatre 'Équipes de Solutions'.

Le Groupe d’action pour une efficacité améliorée (Gaea), un groupe collaboratif d’Affaires mondiales Canada dans lequel le RPCDI participe, lance un appel pour des bénévoles pour faire partie de quatre 'Équipes de Solutions' différentes.


GAC-led Task Force on Improving Effectiveness; looking for volunteers

The Task Force on Improving Effectiveness (TaFIE), a collaborative group with Global Affairs Canada in which CAIDP is involved, is launching a call for innovative, solution-focused volunteers for four separate 'Solutions Teams'.


Collective Action as a strategy to fight corruption - new findings

For anyone interested in the issue of corruption, access to justice, collective action, how gender plays out in corrupt systems and/or systems thinking, I was fortunate enough to be granted a slot on the CAIDP conference next week to talk about our corruption in fragile states work – Monday @ 12.15


Gender Equality, Inclusive Governance and the Law: Aligned for a Better World

"I am thrilled to see this collaborative initiative between CAIDP and CCIL!!!

Indeed, it was the potential of the use of law as an instrument for international development that had inspired me to go to law school. The need for a cross-sectoral approach, with gender as a cross-cutting theme, is critically important to the work of both organizations and I hope this initiative will grow into an ongoing partnership for the furtherance of Canada’s contributions towards “A Better World.”  "   


Une politique internationale féministe Le nom dit tout, ou bien?

Ce sujet sera abordé lors de notre conférence de 2018, qui aura lieu les 22 et 23 janvier à Ottawa et dont le thème sera Égalité des genres, gouvernance inclusive et lois : en harmonie pour un monde meilleur. En préparation de l’événement, nous demandons aux leaders d’opinion canadiens de réfléchir à la question : le nom dit tout, ou bien? Ci-dessous, on a demandé à Paul LaRose-Edwards de nous dire ce qu’il en pense.


A Feminist International Policy What’s in the name?

We explore this question, amongst others, at CAIDP’s 2018 conference, Gender Equality, Inclusive Governance and the Law: Aligned for a Better World – Jan 22nd and 23rd in Ottawa. In the lead up, we have asked Canadian thought leaders to weigh in on what’s in the name. Here, we ask Paul LaRose-Edwards to tell us what he is thinking about.


Help @globalcompactca advance the SDGs by completing the #SDGSurvey2018!

Help @globalcompactca advance the SDGs by completing the #SDGSurvey2018! By doing so, you will have first access to the survey report and be supporting Canadian private sector SDG research.



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