International Development Week Events

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For International Development Week, we are highlighting maternal, newborn, and child health and the impact citizen advocates have had in influencing change in the world.

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$4 Billion from Canada to End Poverty in 2014

How Citizen Advocacy Impacts the World: Vaccines

How Citizen Advocacy Impacts the World: Education

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Check out RESULTS Canada Events Across the Country:

 

Come Out and Meet the Victoria Group!

Where: Development Drinks: Martini Shakers & Change Makers (hosted by IDW Victoria)

When: 3 February 2015

Location: Lacey-Lou Tapas Lounge (1320 Broad Street)

Time: 6:00pm PST

Cost: FREE

RSVP: [email protected]

Details: It is informal evening with like-minded individuals to mingle and discuss all things development. The band “Doctor Bones” goes on at 8 PM.

 

Meet UOttawa Citizen Advocates

Where: UOttawa University Center (UCU)

When: 3 February 2015

Time: 10am to 3pm EST

Cost: FREE

Details: UOttawa group will be discussing the power of citizen engagement to end poverty through advocacy and engaging with different cultural groups on campus.

 

Presentation at Humber College

What: RESULTS Canada’s Youth Mobilizer, Erika Richter, will do a presentation at a “Lottery Lunch, where attendees lunch (porridge/rice and beans/hamburger) will be determined at random, demonstrating global inequalities in receiving adequate nutrition.

Where: Humber College, Toronto

When: 4 February 2015

RSVP: This is a closed event

 

Visit some of the Montreal Group Members:

Where: An International Development Week Event: La santé des mères, des nouveau-nés et des enfants au centre des politiques de coopération internationale du Canada : bilan et perspectives

Date: 5 February 2015

Time: 6:00pm to 8:30pm EST

Location: Local D-R200, Pavillon Athanase-David, 1430 rue St-Denis, UQAM, Métro Berri-UQAM

Cost: Free

RSVP:  Eventbrite

(This event was made possible with support from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada)

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