Guest blog: A Quebec citizen in Washington DC to end poverty

 A Canadian delegation of 10 people went to the American capital to participate in the International RESULTS Conference. We have invited participants to share their impressions. In this blog, Moustapha FAYE shares his reflections.

Moustapha FAYE is photographed with Sam Daley-Harris, RESULTS founder

By Moustapha FAYE, leader of the RESULTS Quebec City group

The RESULTS USA International Conference is one of …

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Guest blog: Three clear G7 Summit Winners

Despite what you may have seen and heard, a lot of positive outcomes came out of the G7 Summit at Charlevoix (June 8 & 9). Months of ongoing advocacy work preceded this Summit during which citizen advocates worked tirelessly to positively influence the G7 outcomes. Many wrote letters to the editor, amped up the pressure on social media and met …

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Pamela Walden-Landry receives John Hotson Award!

By Jean-François Tardif, citizen advocate, and Mélissa Dubé, Public Engagement Organizer

On the evening of May 5th 2018, during the weekend of RESULTS’ national conference, citizen advocates were recognized for their contribution and support. In a series of blog posts, we are pleased to be showcasing the winners of the evening’s three awards. The biennial awards recognize exceptional RESULTS …

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Larry Ladell receives Lifetime Achievement Award!

By Jean-François Tardif and Sherry Moran, citizen advocates and Mélissa Dubé, Public Engagement Organizer

On the evening of May 5th 2018, during the weekend of RESULTS’ national conference, citizen advocates were recognized for their contribution and support. In a series of blog posts, we are pleased to be showcasing the winners of the evening’s three awards. The …

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Nothing About Girls Without Girls

We invite everyone interested in this topic, in advocacy and on ending global poverty to join us.

Join Chris Dendys, RESULTS Canada’s Executive Director, as she discusses how Canada made history by putting young women front and centre during an inspiring round table at the G7 Finance and Development Ministers meeting in Whistler. We will also be discussing G7 Summit …

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Education is elevated on the global agenda – Canadian coalition of leading development, humanitarian and grassroots advocacy organizations welcomes historic announcement for the education of children – especially girls – living in crisis-situations

A Canada-led G7 Declaration to educate and empower girls in crisis-situations supported with a $3.8 B global commitment could have an impact on more than eight million children all over the world.

Quebec City, June 9, 2018 – Canada’s leading development, humanitarian and grassroots advocacy organizations today celebrate a Canadian commitment to invest CAD $400M over three years for girls’ …

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Anita Mark receives Lifetime Achievement Award!

By Pamela Walden-Landry and Nathaniel Poole, citizen advocates, Chris Dendys, Executive Director and Mélissa Dubé, Public Engagement Organizer

On the evening of May 5th 2018, during the weekend of RESULTS’ national conference, citizen advocates were recognized for their contribution and support. In a series of blog posts, we are pleased to be showcasing the winners of the …

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More than 160,000 Canadian and global citizens call on world leaders to make education for children in crises a priority, ensuring girls are not left behind

Canada’s leading ask Government of Canada at the G7 Summit to commit $500M in new funding for educating children in crises and closing the education gap between girls and boys

Ottawa, 5 June 2018– Today in Ottawa, CEOs of Canada’s leading development and humanitarian agencies called on the Government of Canada to show continued leadership at the G7 Summit for …

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National Call: Canadian Government takes lead at home but what about abroad?

On March 24, 2017, World Tuberculosis (TB) Day, the Government of Canada, in partnership with Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami (the national organization representing the Inuit peoples of Canada), announced that Canada will end the TB epidemic in Inuit Nunangat (Canada’s Inuit regions). This is a significant example of Canadian leadership on addressing TB on a national scale. However, it is …

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Nothing About Girls, Without Girls: Now is Time to let Adolescent Girls Speak Up

As part of Canada’s G7 Presidency, Finance and Development Ministers will gather May 30 -31 in Whistler, British Columbia, in the fourth and final meeting of the G7 governments taking place in advance of the Summit. Bringing together global Ministers to discuss issues that will impact the lives of millions of people around the world is an international necessity …

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