Beyond 2020: An Agenda for Canadian Leadership in Women and Children's Health

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The Beyond 2020 Pre-Conference Discussion Paper is available. Download it here

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Beyond 2020: An Agenda for Canadian Leadership in Women and Children's Health

April 18-19, 2018
Westin Ottawa, 11 Colonel By Drive, Ottawa

The ‘must-attend’ conference for any Canadian organization or individual planning global health and development projects and programs for beyond 2020!

The global health and development landscape has changed. New 'lenses' have emerged to guide us in shaping, evaluating, and executing health-based development interventions. These lenses include key domestic shifts outlined in the Feminist International Assistance Policy, and new international frameworks such as the Sustainable Development Goals, the Women Deliver "Deliver for Good" campaign, and the Every Woman Every Child Global Strategy.

Why attend:

  • Is your organization considering and/or working on the implementation of the federal Feminist International Assistance Policy for your organization?
  • Is your organization planning or drafting program and project proposals for beyond 2020?
  • Is your organization planning monitoring and evaluation activities for your organization?

Global Affairs Canada representatives will be part of the Beyond 2020 Conference and conversations about the future of Canadian leadership in women and children's health.

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    Updates:

    The Conference Master of Ceremonies was Caroline Codsi, Founder of Women in Governance. You can learn more about Caroline here. Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of International Development Celina Caesar-Chavannes delivered the closing keynote speech and Sophie Grégoire Trudeau will be delivered the closing remarks for Day 1. 

    The First Annual CanWaCH Awards for Canadian Excellence in Women and Children's Healthwere launched at the Conference, as part of the Day 1 reception.