When you give to SCIC Member projects, your donation is matched by the Government of Saskatchewan and the Government of Canada. It's the power of Saskatchewan people changing the world ... multiplied.
Together, a better world is possible.
SCIC helps Saskatchewan people act on their desire to make the world a better place. We do this by educating Saskatchewan people about global issues like poverty, health, and human rights, and encouraging individuals to take meaningful action. SCIC – or the Saskatchewan Council for International Cooperation - also distributes funding to our member organizations who work on overseas projects to reduce poverty and improve people’s lives. At its core, SCIC is a partnership of organizations doing international development work.
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New and Noteworthy
A Gathering of Global Minds
A Gathering of Global Minds is a lively new discussion series about the latest global justice and international development issues. Join us for Part 3, as we discuss the past, present and future of Canadian foreign aid. Click the banner above for more information.
The Toolkit Workshop Series
Coming at you in 2013, great workshops for community leaders in Self-Care, Youth Engagement, Research and Evaluation, and Graphic Design. Click banner to learn more.
What Do Canadians Think About Global Poverty?
A new public opinion poll commissioned by the Inter-Council Network of Provincial and Regional Councils (ICN), conducted by Vision Critical (formerly Angus Reid Strategies) has found that regardless of political leanings, Canadians feel a moral imperative to do something to reduce global poverty. As practitioners working in the international development sector, this is very encouraging news.
To view the results of this poll, visit this website.
New WorldBeat Global Education Website Has Launched!
WorldBeat Global Education Project brings social justice teaching materials to Saskatchewan classrooms through relevant and easy-to-search lesson plans, free student/teacher workshops, our yearly WorldBeat youth conference...and more.