- About Us
- News & Media
- For Educators and Youth
Alberta Council for Global Cooperation
Suite 205, 10816A - 82 Avenue
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada T6E 2B3
Phone: (780) 988-0200
Fax: (780) 988-0211
Links are arranged below or on the side menu in the following categories. Click to go to the appropriate section. To report dead links or to suggest other links, please contact us.
CCIC-The Canadian Council for International Cooperation
BCCIC-The British Columbia Council for International Cooperation
SCIC-The Saskatchewan Council for International Cooperation
MCIC-The Manitoba Council for International Cooperation
OCIC-The Ontario Council for International Cooperation
AQOCI-Association Québécoise des Organismes de Coopéracion Internationale
ACIC-The Atlantic Council for International Cooperation
CIDA’s Voluntary Sector Fund
The objective of the Alberta Wildrose Foundation’s International Development Program is to encourage a positive Alberta presence internationally by providing financial assistance to Alberta NGOs working in developing countries.
CIDA-The Canadian International Development Agency
CIDA’s Canadian Partnership Branch
CIDA’s Voluntary Sector Fund: A partnership fund for Canadian NGOs working in developing countries
DFAIT-The Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade
Centre for Intercultural Learning
Common Frontiers is a coalition working group which focuses on the effects of and alternatives to the integration of the Americas.
Common Front on the WTO is a Canadian coalition focusing on the World Trade Organization.
Democracy Watch works to empower Canadians in their roles as voters, citizens, taxpayers, consumers and shareholders.
Focus on the Global South is a Thailand-based NGO which focuses on globalization from a southern perspective.
Global Trade Watch is the division of US-based Public Citizen which works on globalization and trade issues.
Third World Network is an international network of organizations and individuals involved in issues relating to development, the Third World and North-South issues.
World Development Movement is a UK-based organization which campaigns on poverty and trade issues.
The Canadian Consortium on Human Security (CCHS) is an academic-based network promoting policy-relevant research on human security. Its core missions are to facilitate the exchange of information and analysis on human security issues, and to help build a human security community in Canada and internationally.
Halifax Initiative is a Canadian coalition dedicated to the fundamental transformation of the international financial system and its institutions.
Transnational Institute is a world-wide fellowship of scholar-activists working on issues of globalization, including Susan George, Walden Bello, and John Cavanagh.
Polaris Institute works with citizen movements in developing strategies and tactics required to challenge the corporate power.
North-South Institute conducts research on Canada’s relations with developing countries and on a wide range of foreign policy issues.
Bretton Woods Project is a British organization which acts as a netwoker, information provider, media informant, and watchdog to scrutinize and influence the World Bank and IMF.
International Forum on Globalization is an alliance formed to stimulate new thinking, joint activity, and public education in response to economic globalization.
Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA) undertakes and promotes research on issues of social and economic justice.
Parkland Institute is a research institute based at the University of Alberta focusing on studying public policy from a political economy perspective.