Recently, Minister Oda held a round-table discussion on “how the Canadian private sector’s engagement in international development can help make Canada’s international assistance more effective” with selected leaders of major financial, manufacturing, and service industries, as well as non-profit organizations. Following on the heels of last September’s announcement...
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CAIDC is pleased to welcome and congratulate Mr. Morrison on his recent appointment. We look forward to working with him in the near future.
A guest post from Wayne Dunn from Wayne Dunn & Associates on the recent controversy surroundin funding announcements and partnerships between CIDA, Canadian NGOs and Canadian Mining companies abroad.
A report on Min. Oda's recent March meeting in Toronto with Canadian business and private sector community. CAIDC was not invited. Luckily, some of our members were present.
March 14th's event was a success with over 20 interested attendees present and lots of questions and answers.
For the first time ever, the number of poor people is declining everywhere
The world is now a global village. And like all villages, everyone knows the business of everyone else. What is Canada's business?
Minister Oda and Canadian business leaders met today March 5, 2012 in Toronto. I wonder how many CAIDC members were there?
Anybody participated to this event? Any feedback on the meeting?
An event geared towards helping students and young professionals answer questions and dispel myths about consulting in international development
Several members of the LenCD network (http://www.lencd.org/home) are collaborating to organise a thematic panel discussion at Busan: "Capacity Development: Lessons Learned and Ways Forward".
Summary report from the Africa investor-IMC Business of Implementing Regional Economic Integration in Africa series, held in Cape Town on the 3rd of May 2011.
Mining corporations' tax avoidance schemes cost African nations billions of dollars each year.
Campbell Clark in the G&M today: Harper about Multilateral loans, not grants
Take an IISD survey to identify ICT's transformative role in adapting to Climate Change
...For those who missed it, past year CAIDC President Richard Beattie talks CAIDC as well as expresses thanks to all those who attended this year's event. Keep checking CAIDC's website for updates or sign up for our mailing list to get the latest!
L'Évaluation chez ONU Femmes: une approche à trois volets: réactive, égalité entre les femmes et les hommes, et droits de la personne.
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