Fair Trade Saskatoon promotes the understanding of the benefits of fair trade certification for small producers and workers in the global South, and the benefits to consumers in the North. We work to encourage the use of fair trade certified products by individuals, schools, faith groups, and organizations throughout the province.
"We so often feel powerless to do anything about the many problems in the world around us. We are so often left to wonder whether one person can possibly make a difference. Mother Teresa said yes we can. Her life was resounding proof that it is possible."
If you’ve ever had a conversation with a young child, you’ve probably noticed that they ask a lot of questions. I was one of these annoyingly curious children. Growing up, I realized the world was an enormous place and there was an endless list of things I didn’t understand. Why is the sky blue? Who invented cars? Where does… Continue reading.
Now Accepting Applications from 2nd, 3rd and 4th year Education students! Application deadline: January 2nd, 2017 Exciting news! In order to ensure a wide range of participants, SCIC has decided to … Continue reading.
by Kailtyn Kitzan This blog is a part of “Student Perspectives on Global Citizenship Education”, a series of blogs by Saskatchewan high-school students reflecting on their experiences through the Global Citizen Youth … Continue reading.
by Sydney Kuppenbender This blog is a part of “Student Perspectives on Global Citizenship Education”, a series of blogs by Saskatchewan high-school students reflecting on their experiences through the Global Citizen Youth … Continue reading.
SCIC is excited to release the first Module in our Global Citizenship Education Modules Series. The culmination of decades of work supporting Saskatchewan teachers, SCIC’s Global Citizenship Education Modules are a series of new educational resources to support global citizenship education learning outcomes for Saskatchewan middle years and secondary classrooms (grades 6-12). They … Continue reading.
Why won’t growing more food solve global hunger? Why can’t we just build more clinics to improve global health? Our new campaign explores below the surface of global challenges such as hunger, health, education and conflict. As one person, we can each learn more, and take … Continue reading.