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Posted May 10th 2017
Government Announces Renewed Partnership with Canadians on Global Cooperation
Marie Claude Bibeau, Minister of International Cooperation and La Francophonie, announced a new $100 million fund for small and medium-sized organizations at the Canadian Council for International Co-operation’s Global Impact Soirée on 9 May 2017.
Posted May 5th 2017
The Manitoba Council for International Cooperation is looking for a post-secondary student to fill a short-term, full-time position as Global Justice Film Festival Coordinator.
Reporting directly to the Executive Director and working closely with the Public Relations Coordinator and the Global Justice Film Festival Steering Committee, the Festival Coordinator will be responsible for organizing, planning and promoting the 2017 Global Justice Film Festival taking place on November 3-4.
Posted May 3rd 2017
Famine, a term reserved by the United Nations for the most dire situations involving malnutrition, food shortages and death has been declared in South Sudan.
The world is facing it’s largest food crisis since the end of the Second World War, with more than 20 million people across Yemen, Somalia, South Sudan and northeast Nigeria at risk of famine.