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Clarecia Christe CITP 🇨🇦 Aug 25
This is sooo awesome. I invited Camille years ago to be a volunteer so happy she answered the call and is now an all-star one. Welcome to the family lady.
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Chris Dendys Aug 22
So honoured to bask in the light of - a shining star and advocate who thanked Canada on behalf of for landmark pledge - but also shared a little love for volunteers. Tnx
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Janika Hauser Sep 6
I swear we can be quite fun to hang out with! Come join us, we have🍻 and 🍪 (and international development policy nerds...🤓)
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RESULTS Sep 5
Mark your 🗓️! The next RESULTS International Conference is June 20-23, 2020, featuring Professor Muhammad Yunus & more. Join us in DC to celebrate 40 years of ! Registration coming soon.
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RESULTS Kansas Feb 16
Follow us to keep up-to-date with what our awesome advocates are doing across the state of Kansas!
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Stephen St. Denis Aug 22
We united to ask Canada to and today we celebrate strong and applaud Minister & the government for Canada's bold pledge to the !
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Robyn Christine Waite Aug 22
Thank you for listening to and staying committed to -👏👌👍👏👏😍
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RESULTS Canada Sep 9
RESULTS advocates are taking action around the world! Read about how volunteers are finding creative ways to help build a world free of poverty. 👇👇👇
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RESULTS Canada Sep 11
With only 40 days until Election Day, former political staffer, Camille Gooden shares why engaging candidates before you go to is essential. A must-read as approaches!
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RESULTS Carleton University Aug 23
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trae 🌱 Feb 10
Excited to spend the weekend and start my next week with at the REAL Change Policy Summit. Eradicating poverty is key to ensuring that all people get access to the life, health, and wellness they deserve.
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RESULTS UK Sep 9
Our fellow grassroots advocates over in have collaborated on an opinion piece about how Canada's pledge will support women and girls globally.
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Leonard Cheshire May 21
Our director of global influencing and research is speaking at National Conference, in London, 1-3 June. She’ll be on the panel discussing ‘Leave no one behind: What does it actually mean?’
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RESULTS UK Aug 28
"If you think you're too small to be effective, you've never been to bed with a mosquito." Great quote, lifted from 's new Youth Leaders for Nutrition advocacy toolkit!
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Tom Baker May 15
Excited for National Conference, 1-3 June, 'Building the world we want to see' - hear inspiring speakers and learn how a positive approach to international development can change the world
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RESULTS Sep 9
“We need to put our money where our mouths are and truly commit to eliminate and these other major killers.” – John Hosek last month in
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Callum Northcote Jul 14
Sad to be arriving in DC after the conference ends. Am sure it's as inspirational and enjoyable as ever. Such an incredible grouping of people who are changing the world.
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trae 🌱 Feb 10
Replying to @traelabae
But overall, I’m happy to be in Washington DC (again) and show that people like me are tired of being used and refuse to be idle. That we can influence legislation that eliminates the unique barriers people in poverty face. Happy to lobby, even happier to use my
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Cameron Fay Jun 1
‘45% of child deaths worldwide and linked to malnutrition’. As says, if that’s not enough to spur you to action to ensure we tackle malnutrition by 2030, what is...?
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Jonathan Harty Jun 2
Privileged to have had the chance to speak to the fantastic ambassadors at
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