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Learn from volunteers' experiences of being politically engaged

October 2021 - Parliamentary engagement is core to what we do at Results. Every conversation fuels and inspires us to persevere, educate, inspire, and equip people with the tools they need to end poverty. Find out some lessons learned from four experienced volunteers.

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Share the bounty, boost the global economy

October 2021 - Because of the Covid-19 crisis, Canada received from the International Monetary Fund USD$19 billion of a special asset called Special Drawing Rights (SDRs). Here's why Canada should channel its SDRs to developing countries.

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We're looking for the next generation of advocates and leaders

September 2021 - We are now accepting applications for the upcoming January-December 2022 cohort of the Fellowship program. The deadline is extended until November 7, 2021. (Photo: Emily Beatty, fellow)

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Canada shows leadership in vaccine dose sharing

August 2021 - It has been heartbreaking to witness COVID-19 vaccines going to waste in Canada, which is why we were happy to see that Canada made two vaccine donations in August alone.

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Looking ahead with Results Canada: Amped up Advocacy, Powerful People, and Open Spaces

August 2021 - "As we enter month 18 of the COVID-19 pandemic, I’m feeling an overwhelming sense of gratitude to be part of the Results Canada community of advocates who have spoken out with power and conviction in support of global solidarity to #EndCovidEverywhere." Executive Director Chris Dendys looks ahead at Results Canada's upcoming priorities.

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Oakville Group Leader, Kseniya, offers volunteer recruitment tips

August 2021 - "You have nothing to lose from trying your hand at something you’re passionate about, and if you are genuinely passionate about it, you will figure out a way to make it work." This month, we’re featuring Kseniya Dybatch, an expert in volunteer recruitment who started the Oakville group in January 2021.

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Volunteers, we care about your wellbeing

June 2021 - Over a year ago, volunteers everywhere had to adjust to new virtual ways of taking action because of the COVID-19 pandemic. With more online opportunities came Zoom fatigue and additional mental health challenges. It is easy to feel stressed out by our current realities. This is a reminder of the importance of self-care as a volunteer advocate year-round. Please make time to reset and take great care of yourself.

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reflecting six months into the first Results Canada Fellowship

July 2021 - Only six months ago, in the middle of a pandemic, we welcomed our first-ever cohort of energized advocates thanks to the launch of our Results Canada Education and Advocacy Fellowship Program. Since then, fellows have become a driving force of advocacy for our issues: in a short time they have published letters to the editor and op-eds, engaged with parliamentarians (Members of Parliament and senators), organized successful activities, have inspired others to take action, have created local groups of volunteers and more.

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Blaise Cabanban - volunteer spotlight

May 2021 - “When you’re inspired by the volunteer work you do, you naturally want to build a network that demonstrates a clear message of allyship and inclusion.” This month, we’re featuring Blaise, a provincial leader who isn’t afraid of a challenge! Blaise came to Results in Fall 2020 with a passion for human rights, community building, and humanitarian policy.

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Canada must increase Canadian aid in the new federal budget

August 2021 - On August 6, Results Canada made a submission for the Government of Canada's pre-budget consultations in advance of the upcoming 2022-2023 federal budget.

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Canada announces additional support for global COVID-19 response

July 2021 - Canada got us one step closer to ending COVID-19 everywhere with an additional donation of 17.7 million vaccine doses to low- and middle-income countries. The same day, the government launched a partnership with UNICEF Canada’s #GiveAVax campaign!

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World leaders fall short of addressing urgent global needs at the G7 Summit

June 2021 - At the G7, global leaders should have stepped up with unprecedented, ambitious actions to end COVID-19 everywhere and mitigate against its devastating secondary impacts. Instead, they fell short and are letting the people of the world down.

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