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Who's Who in International Development: A Profile of CCIC Members, 2003

by Canadian Council for International Co-operation

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A profile of Canadian NGO's
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The current economic order is destroying the environment and increasing poverty in both the North and South. To explore alternative, sustainable approaches to economic development, Canadian Council for International Co-operation organised a four-day workshop in February 1992. Representatives of NGOs in developing countires as well as from Canada, Great Britain and the netherlands spoke at the workshop, which was attended by members of the international affairs and aid communities in Canada.
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