Reflection

Hungry for change: Women entrepreneurs in the West Bank

Walking up the steps to a small concrete building nestled amidst oak and cypress trees, it’s hard to believe that this is the site of such a big and important operation. A childcare centre next door fills the air with children’s laughter and I find myself breaking into a smile. We’re in Al Shyoukh, Hebron, in the West Bank…

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Bringing us together

CARE Canada announces executive leadership transition

ShareTweetShareEmail Bringing us together Dec 10, 2018 By Gillian Barth, CARE Canada’s President and CEO I’ve dedicated a good part of my life to CARE. And though my passion for fighting inequality has grown, time hasn’t made the work any easier. Every day, I see my colleagues pour the best of themselves into impossibly complex…

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Four easy ways you can bring people together

Is scrolling through your social media feed, bits and bytes showing a screen, our best best to connect with each other? Though this can be a powerful tool, we can do more to bring people together, in real life, away from their phones, to make a change. At CARE we are driven by the potential…

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Ending inequality in the West Bank

ShareTweetShareEmail Ending inequality in the West Bank Dec 5, 2018 By Kasia Souchen, CARE Canada’s Marketing Outreach Manager This was the third street we had turned down to try to find a route to get us back to Ramallah, West Bank. There was tear gas used on some of the routes so it wasn’t safe…

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The male feminist: a Halloween conundrum

Par Darcy Knoll, spécialiste des Communications, CARE Canada Messieurs! Vous en avez assez d’être des pirates sexy ou des policiers virils? Trouvez-vous que l’industrie des costumes d’Halloween vous réduit à des stéréotypes et vous représente mal? Cette année, pourquoi ne pas choisir un costume qui démontre votre facette féministe? Au bureau où je travaille, un…

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How travelling with my kids taught me to embrace adventure

By Shannon Elliot, CARE Canada’s Director, Brand and Marketing The plane chugged through another 45 seconds of turbulence and I met my husband’s eyes from the row behind me. This wouldn’t be good. The overnight flight was dark and the attendants had tucked themselves out of sight. I passed my last paper bag through the seats…

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Why do you give?

Mara O’Brien James, a senior leader at CARE, shares why she is a monthly donor. As a Canadian woman with so many benefits and privileges, it’s really important for me to give back. I have seen the projects that donors support firsthand and have personally spoken with many women who participate in our programs. They…

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Working to help refugees

Today, on World Refugee Day, we celebrate those that are making a difference in the lives of refugees right here at home in Canada and abroad. Have you ever wanted a career in helping newcomers or have you been looking for smaller ways that you can help? Our expert panel below can help you learn…

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