Non-governmental and academic partners

The collaborative nature of this project requires several key partnerships with non-governmental and academic organizations. We would like to thank our key partners that contributed form program development to implementation:

 

  • International Sustainability Education Foundation: www.isef.ca
  • The Crisis Resilience Alliance University of British Columbia:  http://www.crisisresilience.ca/
  • The Center for Disaster and Risk Analysis (CDRA), US (at the time of program development it was the leading US center for research on the role of children and youth in disaster risk reduction and emergency management)
  • Tillikum Lens program, which enables indigenous youth to tell their stories through photography www.tillikumlens.com
  • Paddles Across Canada Program, which connects youth and others to the paddling heritage of Canada. www.paddlesacrosscanada.ca
  • Canadian Risks and Hazards Network (Youth and Young Professionals group, 400+ members across Canada): https://www.facebook.com/groups/226314887482727/