March 2017


 HIGHLIGHTS

Will you stand with us on International Women’s Day?

To celebrate International Women’s Day on March 8, Crossroads International presents feature stories from partners and volunteers advancing women’s rights in new and innovative ways.

  • Crossroads is engaging men in ending the cycle of domestic violence: An innovative partnership with John Howard Society Toronto and Crossroads International is breaking new ground in the fight against gender-based violence in West Africa.  Read the article
  • BIAKOYE means "togetherness"Asia Clarke, Crossroads International volunteer in Ghana, tells us how she aligned her passion for art with her interest in promoting women's economic self-sufficiency Read the article
  • Will you stand with us on International Women’s Day by making a gift today? Women in many countries face physical and sexual abuse and violence. Please consider making a gift to support our work to advance the rights of women and girls.  Make a gift

Banque Scotia 21k de Montreal: sign up now to run for women's rights with Crossroads on April 22 and 23!

With spring around the corner, it’s time to run for women’s rights with Team Crossroads International in the Banque Scotia 21k de Montreal Charity Challenge on April 22 and 23!  Read more

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 IN BRIEF

 Mapping applied to intervention management in Senegal: a Crossroads International volunteer experience 

 Karen Takacs Women’s Leadership Fund: the second call for submissions has launched

 Global Affairs Canada International announces the second edition of the Policy Ideas Challenge

 INTERNATIONAL VOLUNTEERING OPPORTUNITIES

 Human Resources Advisor with SWAGAA in Swaziland

 Grant Writing Advisor with ABANTU for Development in Ghana

 Communications and Marketing Advisor with SWIFT in Swaziland

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