Together, a better world is possible.

SCIC helps Saskatchewan people act on their desire to make the world a better place. We do this by educating Saskatchewan people about global issues like poverty, health, and human rights, and encouraging individuals to take meaningful action. SCIC – or the Saskatchewan Council for International Cooperation – also distributes funding to our member organizations who work on overseas projects to reduce poverty and improve people’s lives.  At its core, SCIC is a partnership of organizations doing international development work.

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New and Noteworthy

Nominations Open for Youth Tour to El Salvador!

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The Global Citizen Youth Leadership (GCYL) program is a unique, short-term, immersive, international experiential learning opportunity for globally-minded Saskatchewan high school youth.

SCIC is currently accepting nominations for students who will be completing their Grade 11 courses by June of 2015 for this experience of a lifetime. Nominations close March 18.

Click here for program info, nomination criteria and forms

SCIC Blog – International Women’s Day

Huilloc Cooperative - Photo by Merel Haverhals (Awamaki Guest Blog Article)

What Women’s Cooperatives in Rural Peru Taught Me About Working Towards Gender Equality

As International Women’s Day is celebrated each year, increased attention is paid to non-profits that support gender equality in the global South. When I studied International Development in university, I was often left wondering what impact these organizations really have on women in the countries where they operate. This past year, I decided to put my question and the knowledge I learned in school to the test by volunteering for one such organization in rural Peru: Awamaki, a non-profit social enterprise located in the Sacred Valley region…

Multiply Hope

Multiply hope & pick a project

When you give to SCIC Member projects, your donation is matched by the Government of Saskatchewan and the Government of Canada.  It’s the power of Saskatchewan people changing the world … multiplied.  Click the banner above to learn more.

SCIC Makes Emergency Ebola Funding Appeal to the Government of Saskatchewan

UNICEF Guinea and partners conduct Ebola education sessions at schools throuhout the capital, Conakry. Creative Commons License, UNICEF Guniea

SCIC calls on the Saskatchewan government to provide emergency relief funding for our members’ Ebola response work, including ongoing health programs and medical infrastructure support in Liberia, Sierra Leone, Guinea, and neighbouring countries.

Click here to see the appeal, and learn more about SCIC members working to combat Ebola. 

Ethical Eats! Saskatchewan’s new Ethical Food Finder App

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Check out Ethical Eats, SCIC’s new online educational tool and mobile app, connecting Saskatchewan people to alternative options to help support a more just global food system. Featuring a business directory to help you find Saskatchewan businesses selling fair trade, local, and organic food options in the province!

Global Citizenship Education Program

Global Classrooms 2013 - Rosthern crop

We’ve recently expanded our WorldBeat Global Education project into the Global Citizenship Education Program. This renewed focus will allow us to provide Saskatchewan classrooms with social justice resources that dig deeper, through teaching modules, relevant and easy-to-search lesson plans, professional development for teachers, international opportunities for youth, and more!

Click here to check out the expanded For Educators & Youth section!

Earthbeat Winter 2015: The Global Health Issue

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