In 2017 – 2018, WUSC engaged new partners, piloted new approaches, and amplified new perspectives in our programs across 29 countries. Download our most recent Annual Report to read some examples of this work, including in Kenya, where we worked with schools, teachers, and students to explore more innovative approaches to girls’ education; in Sri Lanka, where we worked with videographers, radio stations, and other media providers to challenge beliefs and assumptions that hold youth back from gaining meaningful employment and achieving their full economic potential; and in Canada, where we worked with youth to provide the platforms on which they could advocate for the changes they most want to see for a more inclusive, equitable, and sustainable world, and to foster more welcoming communities for refugees and newcomers.
February 6, 2019
Fighting for Food Change: Empowering Female Nutrition Advocates through International Volunteering
February 6, 2019
Vietnam: Three Weeks to Impact!
December 20, 2018
Waves of Change: Women’s employment in construction in Ghana
September 27, 2018
WUSC Alumnus Speaks at High-Level Meeting on the Importance of Higher Education for Refugees
Research and Publications
March 8, 2019
Women Transporting into Employment: Challenges and Opportunities in the Jordanian Transportation Sector
July 27, 2018
Impact Investing in the Education Sector in East Africa
June 6, 2018
2017 International Seminar Research Summary
April 24, 2018
State of Play: Digital and blended innovations for increased access to post-secondary education for refugee youth
Building Educational Pathways for Refugees
Disaster Relief Nepal
Case Study: Zoona Mobile
World University Service of Canada is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing education, employment and empowerment opportunities for youth around the world.