Canadian youth to march at G7 Summit, call on leaders to prioritize girls in crises
Today 75 Canadian students from across the country will march in Quebec City in support of girls living in conflict and disaster. The Canadian youth will all be wearing graduation robes as a direct plea to G7 leaders to prioritize the education of girls living in crises. Seven youth will wear special robes and tell the story of the “fragile seven”, seven girls with lives and futures that have been interrupted.
June 08, 2018
No Child For Sale
There are a 152 million child labourers in the world today. That's nearly 10% of the world's children over the age of 5. But this isn't just a problem "over there". It's a Canadian issue.
June 07, 2018
CEOs of leading development organizations call on Canada to invest in girls' education at G7
Fatuma Omar Ismail, a former child refugee from Somalia will be joined by CEOs from Canada's leading development, humanitarian and advocacy organizations to make a G7 plea to Prime Minister Trudeau and other world leaders. Together, they will present the urgent need for a significant financial investment in the education and empowerment of girls in crisis-situations at the upcoming G7 Summit. The Prime Minister of Canada has already pledged his support to girls' education as a key step towards achieving gender equality. Now is the time to turn his words into action.
June 04, 2018
3rd Annual Global 6K Walk for Water
May 17, 2018
Thousands of Canadians to participate in World Vision's 3rd Annual Global 6K Walk for Water to benefit children and families in Mali, West Africa.
Canadians call for action at G7 Summit
As momentum builds toward the G7 Summit in June, a coalition of leading Canadian development and humanitarian agencies is amplifying the voices of concerned Canadians who want G7 leaders to take action on the most neglected, yet critical, issue in the world today: the education of girls in crises and conflict.
April 23, 2018
Canada doubles commitment to global education
January 25, 2018
New Government of Canada funding to support the Global Partnership for Education a lifeline for vulnerable children and an encouraging signal of Canada’s commitment to education, according to World Vision.
Canadian progress towards truly progressive trade
World Vision Canada welcomes two new Government of Canada initiatives announced today to strengthen Canada’s approach to responsible business conduct for Canadian companies doing business and operating abroad.
January 17, 2018