Our Partners

UOttawa-logoThe Canadian Centre of Excellence for Anti-Corruption (CCEAC) is based at the University of Ottawa’s Centre for Continuing Education. CCEAC assists industry, governments and other stakeholders in improving their anti-corruption compliance and protection programs, thereby reducing the financial and social costs of bribery and corruption. Relevant and practical tools and strategies already exist that can assist industry mitigate their risks and exposure to bribery and corruption. CCEAC will develop and continuously update a database of information to allow SMEs, NGOs/charities, governmental organizations and larger corporations to identify best practices in ethical governance and develop or improve their policies and procedures. CCEAC operates as a not-for-profit program and all the funds generated through its activities are reinvested in the program.

CHDC-logoThe Canadian-Hungarian Democratic Charter was launched on the occasion of the 55th anniversary of the Hungarian people’s heroic uprising against communist tyranny. Our initiative is a salute and tribute to the example and sacrifices that Hungarians have made to promote and uphold universally valid democratic principles worldwide. We hope that our effort will help the citizens of Hungary to once again enjoy the fruits of their past sacrifices and we are committed to helping them regain the respect their country may have lost as a consequence of the self-serving, predatory actions of their current leaders. We intend, with this action, to express our solidarity with the friends of democracy wherever they may be.

iAffairsCanada-logoiAffairs Canada is an online hub produced by students of the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs (NPSIA) at Carleton University. They have created a comprehensive online network that can facilitate academic discussion by engaging the diverse international affairs community in Canada, with a specific focus on students, emerging scholars, and young professionals. iAffairs Canada is housed at NPSIA and supported by the editorial staff of the Canadian Foreign Policy Journal (CFPJ). The partnership with the CFPJ provides the journal with an approachable and expansive online network and the tools to follow and anticipate emerging trends in the international policy community.

MOSECON-logoThe Modern Security Consulting Group was founded in 2013 and its international staff is both well regarded and experienced in their respective fields, having worked in various countries, conflict zones as well as in the private and public sectors and academia. The group’s objective is to provide the most accurate and insightful advice on modern security issues such as the democratization of terrorism, energy crisis, human rights, the effectiveness of emergency services or the containment of pandemics and epidemics. The first decade of the 21st century has raised our awareness on the increasing risks facing our societies. Terrorism, civil war, climate issues and epidemics, though not novel, have nonetheless garnered greater importance because the threat they represent has increased. They have become more resourceful and tenacious, and their consequences ripple through aspects of our societies to previously unseen lengths, regardless of class or wealth. It is the role of MOSECON and its international, highly qualified staff, to properly assess these dangers and risks, and provide actors of the public and private sectors with modern, intelligent solutions to these problems.

peace-by-piece-logoThe Peace by Piece Initiative is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to bringing about positive political, social, and economic change by empowering and inspiring individuals and communities to engage in constructive, meaningful, and inclusive discussion, debate, and dialogue on sensitive and pressing global issues. Through the facilitation of conferences, workshops, and other educational activities, The Peace by Piece Initiative provides its members and participants with the tools, knowledge, and guidance necessary to cultivate dispositions of mutual empathy, respect, and dignity in promoting appreciation for, and understanding of, our qualitative differences and shared horizons. Through these means, their ends are to represent, instantiate, and bring about a progressive society of peacemakers and peacekeepers, issue-by-issue, piece-by-piece.

 
 
 

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