USC Canada promotes vibrant family farms, strong rural communities, and healthy ecosystems around the world. With engaged Canadians and partners in Africa, Asia, and Latin America, they support programs, training, and policies that strengthen biodiversity, food sovereignty, and the rights of those at the heart of resilient food systems, women, indigenous peoples, and small-scale farmers.
TUESDAY, DEC 6 @ 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM CST ONLINE, Free (registration required to gain access) Register Here This free bilingual webinar will present a practical guide on Mainstreaming Gender Equality … Continue reading.
Every day between Thanksgiving (Oct 10) and the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty (Oct 17), we’re talking about a #FoodRevolution on social media. Why? ICYMI: Journey through our vision of a #FoodRevolution through this Twitter Moment If you follow SCIC’s work, you may have noticed that … Continue reading.
The Climate is Changing. Food and Agriculture Must Too A World Food Day Event FRIDAY, OCT 14 – 5:30 – 9:00 PM Doors @ 5:30 PM, Potluck @ 6:00 PM (Bring a dish to share!) REGINA, St. Paul’s Anglican Cathedral, 1861 McIntyre St. FREE: Please … Continue reading.
SCIC members, along with our counterparts across the country through the Inter-Council Network, are pleased to share our collaborative recommendations submitted to Global Affairs Canada’s (GAC) International Assistance Review. The document, Canada 2030: ICN … Continue reading.
SCIC is proud to officially release our new short documentary: Knowing Ourselves, Knowing the World: A Global Citizenship Journey from Saskatchewan to El Salvador. The film documents the personal journey of … Continue reading.
By Sydney Kuppenbender This summer, I had the opportunity to travel to El Salvador with SCIC’s Global Citizen Youth Leadership Program and learn about the work of CoCoSI (Asociación Comité Contra El … Continue reading.
By Jessa Pillipow 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 … Continue reading.