Meet The OCIC 2014 Global Changemakers

OCIC's Global Changemaker Awards are celebrated during International Development Week each year to honour outstanding youth who have demonstrated active engagement with communities and civil society organizations in the promotion of international cooperation and social justice. 

Get to know the 2014 Global Changemakers and their stories by clicking on their names:

                                                                  

What Does "Making A Difference" Mean To You?

For OCIC, "making a difference" means working collaboratively for global social justice, human dignity and participation for all.

We'd like to know what "making a difference" means to you? Tell us here, and you'll be entered into a draw to win
a $500 gift card to Ten Thousand Villages!
 
This $500 gift card was generously donated by Ten Thousand Villages, a fair trade, not-for-profit retailer working to
improve the livelihood of artisans in developing countries by bringing their handmade goods to the North American market. 

 

About International Development Week 2014

International Development Week (IDW) is a celebration of the many achievements of Canadians in promoting international development both in Canada and globally. IDW 2014 marks the 24th year of the week led by Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada (DFATD).
 
This year, IDW will take place from February 2-8, 2014 and you are invited to be part of the celebration! Throughout the week you are encouraged to learn more about international development, become engaged, and share your experiences with friends, family, colleagues and your community. You can learn more about IDW 2014 here.

OCIC International Development Week Activities can be found here.

This initiative is undertaken with the financial support of the Government of Canada provided through Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada (DFATD).

 
                          
 

  

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