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Stepping Up To Support Young Afghans

Join us online on October 26 from 12:30pm to 1:30pm EDT to hear more about how we can all make a difference in the lives of displaced youth.

Virtual series: Expanding Durable Solutions for Refugee Youth through Higher Education

From October to December, the Global Task Force on Third Country Education Pathways (GTF) is organizing a series of virtual sessions on supporting higher education pathways for refugee youth. WUSC is Chair and host of the Secretariat of the network.  Participants are invited to join the new Global Community of Practice. The aim of the…
Book Launch Deadly Voyages

Book Launch | Deadly Voyages: Migrant Journeys across the Globe

Join us on Monday, June 7 for a discussion with contributing authors of Deadly Voyages: Migrant Journeys across the Globe. Register today!
Seminar participants in Malawi discuss their research project. © Mphatso Dumba

International Seminar

The International Seminar is an annual WUSC event for young leaders from around the world to collaborate, share ideas and create long lasting relationships. Each year explores a different contemporary development issue through youth-driven ideas, research and solutions. Since its first iteration in 1948, the International Seminar has seen thousands of participants collaborate on projects…
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Fireside Conversation on Refugee Education

Canada is a global trailblazer in feminist international assistance, on girls’ education in conflict-affected contexts, and in providing durable solutions for refugees. This has been demonstrated time again by commitments such as the Feminist International Assistance Policy, the Charlevoix Declaration, and the Private Sponsorship of Refugees Program.  Recently, Canada once again demonstrated its commitment through…
International Forum 2021 - Save the date, February 7 to March 6.

Shaping our Future: Reimagining a Better World

Save the Date for our 10th annual International Forum where the best ideas and practices for global development are shared! When: 7 February – 6 March 2021 Where: Online! The pandemic, climate change, and global demonstrations on racism and justice have shone a spotlight on inequality and exclusion around the world. While many are impacted…

North & South Panel Exchange: Preventing and addressing GBV

The 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence is an international campaign that takes place annually commencing on 25 November, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, to 10 December, Human Rights Day, indicating that violence against women is the most pervasive breach of human rights worldwide. This year, the UN WOMEN…
Market Systems Development Training

Training Opportunity: Engendered Market Systems Development

Learn more about this leading approach in economic development Market Systems Development is an approach in economic development that focuses on the role of markets in poverty reduction, systems analysis, incentives, sustainability, and scale. The Market Systems Development approach was first developed in the UK and has since been adopted by various government organizations, such…

Empowerment through Education: A Global Agenda for Women and Girls

Join us in discussion on the challenges and solutions to education for women and girls around the world. Globally, more than 130 million girls are not attending primary or secondary school. During times of crisis and displacement, the situation worsens; refugee girls at the secondary level are only half as likely to enroll as refugee…

Moving the Needle on Gender Equality: A Women Deliver Mobilization Event at the 2019 Forum

Gender inequality continues to be key global concern. Unequal power relations between genders undermines our potential for progress around the world. When women and men do not have equal access to resources or equal opportunities to take part in decision-making, there are direct economic and social costs. Gender equality is therefore central to the creation…

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