Communications Officer

Do you want to change the world – and get paid to do work that inspires you and others?

RESULTS Canada is recruiting a Communications Officer to join our dedicated team of staff and volunteers. We are a national grassroots advocacy organization that is committed to creating the political will to end extreme poverty and to educating and supporting Canadians to …


RESULTS Canada Announces Executive Director

The Board and staff of RESULTS Canada are pleased to announce the appointment of Chris Dendys as Executive Director.  Chris has had a long affiliation with RESULTS, having served with the organization from 2006 to 2011 and returning in recent months to serve as part-time and Interim ED.  Her decision to rejoin in a full-time capacity is welcome, as is …


Dear Women, Thank You for Being Key to Realizing a Polio-Free World

A Pakistani female vaccine worker carries a cooler of polio vaccines to the remote town of Harnai. Today she will have to administer 50 vaccines. This is her third visit to Harnai in three months and she now knows all the children there. Some of them wait for her up the street. They giggle and scatter as she …


The High-Level Meeting on TB: Mobilizing Canadian Action

Why is the HLM on tuberculosis (TB) important for Canada’s
HIV and TB civil society?

How does TB affect people living in Canada?

How can you get involved in Canadian and global advocacy efforts in lead up to the HLM on TB?

ICAD and RESULTS Canada invite you to join us for an
online discussion to learn more. 
Tuesday, March …


New Investments in Official Development Assistance a Good Start – but More Leadership Needed

Today’s federal budget provides important new resources for official development assistance, with $2 billion allocated to foreign aid over the next 5 years.  However, this investment is not enough to ensure Canada’s contribution to ODA moves us closer to the international standard of 0.7 percent of gross national income.

New investments are a positive first step, but even with these commitments …


RESULTS Canada 2018 Conference: Speakers

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Chris Dendys

Chris has more than 20 years’ experience working in pursuit of social justice and social impact. She has expertise in strategic positioning and advocacy, government relations, developing and advancing smart partnerships, and supporting grassroots movements. She has served at the executive level within the …


Raising our voices in support of access to education and the GPE

I have the privilege of working on behalf of HIV/AIDS Orphans living in rural Uganda as an employee of the Nyaka AIDS Orphans Project. Every day I witness gratitude that is beyond comprehension by sweet faces who believe in the hope that education will change their life…and it does. Even just one additional year of school can 


Increased Resources for Education a Good Start, More Leadership Required

Today at the World Economic Forum in Davos; Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced a Canadian pledge of $180 million over three years (2018-2020) to the Global Partnership for Education (GPE). The announcement means that millions more children around the world will have access to education.

The pledge to GPE comes after an exceptional effort by RESULTS Canada citizen advocates who …


An investment in the Global Partnership for Education is an investment in the future

There is no single solution to poverty, but perhaps the most effective long term strategy is education. No amount of money, resources, work or ideology can pull a community permanently out of poverty, if people don’t have access to the skills and knowledge to control their own economic circumstances, then they will be deprived a stable and prosperous future. …


Movie Discussion on Access to Global Education – Amos

As part of the Québec International Solidarity Days 2017, RESULTS Canada is organizing this bilingual event in Amos.

The movie will illustrate the challenges of accessing a quality education for millions of children around the world. Today, 263 million young people do not have access to basic education. Join us for an evening of discussing how …

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