Working Paper Series 1. A Theory of Change for Training for Gender Equality The objective of this paper is to develop some core principles for theories of change in training for gender equality, and sketch a proposal for what such a theory of change might look like. Credit: UN Women Training Centre Date: 2019 For more information […]
Catalyst 2030 Theory of Change Launched at the World Economic Forum in January 2020, Catalyst 2030 is a global community of leading social entrepreneurs, funders and other social change innovators who believe collective action and bold, new strategies are needed to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030. Credit: Catalyst 2030 Date: 2020 For more information […]
Canada’s Implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development – Voluntary National Review Canada’s 2030 agenda for sustainable development with 17 sustainable development goals (SDG), including getting more women in STEM. Credit: Government of Canada Date: 2018 For more information on this resource click here. View
CCWESTT acknowledges that our greater science, engineering, trades and technology (or SETT) community is situated on the ceded and unceded traditional territories of First Nation, Inuit, and Métis peoples from coast to coast to coast in what is known as ‘Canada’. CCWESTT respects and affirms the inherent and Treaty Rights of all Indigenous Peoples and their relationships to these lands and will continue to honour the commitments to self-determination and sovereignty made to Indigenous Nations and Peoples. CCWESTT acknowledges the historical and present-day oppressions, including violence and genocide, of the original Peoples, their lands, and cultures. All must contribute to the healing and decolonizing journey we share together to grow our society. CCWESTT fervently believes SETT is enriched through collective relations and knowledge sharing and is committed to helping enhance and build these relations.
CCWESTT encourages its staff, volunteers, and program members to become knowledgeable about the lands they are situated on and to assist in long-term collective relationships. It is up to all of us to understand how the land has and continues to nourish, heal, protect, and embrace us and that we are each land stewards for the present and in the future. To learn more about the land you call home, visit https://native-land.ca/