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Minister Paradis to Address International Development Community

The Canadian Council for International Co-operation (CCIC) and Canadian Association of International Development Professionals (CAIDP) are pleased to announce that the Honorable Christian Paradis, Minister of International Development and Minister for La Francophonie, has accepted their invitation to address representatives of Canadian civil society organizations and other professionals working in international development.

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CAIDP expresses concerns regarding new DFATD Performance Security Requirement on International Development Contracts

This is a letter to Deputy Minister Paul Rochon regarding the New Performance Security Requirement on International Development Contracts clause that recently appeared in several RFPs. On behalf of its members and based on feedback received from members, CAIDP proposes to send the letter below. If you have any additional comments, please use the comment feature at the bottom of this message or send an email to caidprpcdi@gmail.com.

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Pourquoi rejoindre le RPCDI?

Plus de 120 membres cotisants individuels et corporatifs du Regroupement des professionnels canadiens en développement international ont franchi l'étape suivante de l’adhésion.

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Why join CAIDP?

Over 100 of the individual and corporate dues paying members of the Canadian Association of International Development Professionals have taken the next step.

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Cowater Connects Fall/Winter 2013

CAIDP Members may be interested in the launch of the new Cowater International Newsletter “Cowater Connects”, which shares information about contracts and job opportunities as well as articles prepared by staff.

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How to do a rigorous, evidence- focused literature review in international development: ODI

United Kingdom's Overseas Development Institute recently put out a guidance note on a flexible approach the Institute uses when conducting literature reviews in international development research (PDF attached).

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Open Call for Canadian Development success stories

CAIDP is working on its next bulletin and invites all CAIDP members to submit success stories as short features.

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News Release: Canadian development workers welcome CIDA/DFAIT merger legislation

On Monday April 29, 2013, the federal government tabled Bill C-60 in Parliament. This Budget Bill contains the new legislation that formalizes the amalgamation of the Canadian International Development Agency and the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade. The new department will be called the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development.

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AusAID and the Extractive Industry

CAIDP Mbr Larry Hendricks shares resources on how AusAID is working with extraction industries

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Quiz your understand​ing of what it means to be an Internatio​nal Developmen​t Consultant!

Quiz your understand​ing of what it means to be an Internatio​nal Developmen​t Consultant!

CAIDP has a long standing commitment to promoting professionalism as well as the entry of more young people in international development.

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