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Project

Enhancing Canadian Civil Society Research and Knowledge-Based Practice in a Rapidly Changing Landscape for International Development
 

Project ID
107468
Total Funding
CAD 600,000.00
IDRC Officer
Ann Weston
Project Status
Completed
End Date
Duration
36 months

Programs and partnerships

Foundations for Innovation

Lead institution(s)

Project leader:
Fraser Reilly-King
Canada

Summary

This three-year grant will support the Canadian Council for International Co-operation (CCIC) to work with its members to enhance their collective capacity Read more

This three-year grant will support the Canadian Council for International Co-operation (CCIC) to work with its members to enhance their collective capacity
to adapt to rapid changes in international development. The increasingly complex interplay between peace and security, environmental sustainability, and social and economic development is changing the world of
international development at an unprecedented pace. All development actors - including national governments, parliamentarians, private sector, and civil
society organizations - are being asked to take on new roles and responsibilities as part of a more inclusive development agenda. Civil society will play an
important role when a new framework replaces the Millennium Development Goals in 2015. Engaging in the development agenda CCIC works globally to achieve sustainable human development, end global poverty, and promote social justice and human dignity for all. The organization will
achieve this mission by: -taking an evidence-based approach to addressing global and national challenges and changes through collective reflection, analysis, and action; -supporting the community to adapt to these changes, while sharing knowledge and continuously improving; and, -proposing a meaningful, proactive, and engaged role for civil society in any future development agenda. With IDRC's support, CCIC will promote knowledge-based activities, analysis, and research that will enhance Canadian civil society's capacity to engage in
the rapidly changing landscape of international cooperation. This funding will also help ensure that developing-country perspectives inform Canadian civil
society organizations' learning and research. Activities will include policy briefings, research and conference reports, meetings, issue-based workshops and
webinars, innovative communications tools, improved website access to knowledge-based products, and support to existing and new networks or coalitions around
emerging issues.

Research outputs

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Report
Language:

English

Summary

This report by the Canadian Council for International Co-operation (CCIC), Canada’s coalition to end child poverty, includes a summary of activities and outcomes for 2016 in the context of the three-year project, with highlights of significant external changes during the project period, opportunities that opened up for CCIC and its members, and how the Council responded. A “Priorities” section identifies potential next steps. In combination with the interim technical narrative reports for 2014 and 2015, this provides a complete list of “products” of the project, mostly available in electronic format. CCIC’s engagement with global networks of organizations provides tremendous value.

Author(s)
Canadian Council for International Co-operation
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