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Kirsten Daub is in Nicaragua visiting the co-operatives that provide Café Ético’s coffee beans. She sends us this update. (more…)

Coffee and Global Warming – the Georgia Straight

Don’t miss “As climate change worsens, coffee addicts may be in for a jolt“, published in the Georgia Strait, and written by our own Kirsten Daub, Cafe Etico Coordinator.

It’s another brilliantly sunny day in Northern Nicaragua. I’ve just clambered down a mountainside, and stepping into the shade of Manuel Garcia’s coffee farm is instant relief from the heat. As we walk through the coffee trees …

Read the full article here.

Invest in Solidarity

CoDev Legacy GivingCoDevelopment donors are generous, thoughtful and well-informed. They give now because they know that their support of global justice has an impact. Providing for CoDev with a bequest will help to ensure that impact in the future.

To learn more visit our Planned Giving page.

Read about legacy giver Owen Williams.

CoDevelopment is Looking for Volunteers!

CoDev is a dynamic international development organization and we are looking for like-minded people to lend a hand. If you are interested in public outreach, graphic design and social media, program and film festival support, translation and more, please come to our Volunteer Information Session.

Thursday, 12 February 2015
4:00-5:00 pm
260-2747 East Hastings Street

Please RSVP to Cindy at cpandini[at]codev.org. Even if you can’t make it on the 12th, we can arrange another time for you to visit.

To learn more about our volunteer opportunities please visit our Volunteer page and complete a volunteer application.

2014 Annual Report

2014 Annual ReportOur 2014 Annual Report is now available!

This year’s report features NOMADESC, our Latin American partner in Colombia, and the work they do defending the rights of Colombian communities and trade unionists through education, accompaniment, advocacy and mobilization. We are also proud to feature one of our amazing volunteers, Dean Sinnett.

The report also has updates from our human rights, labour rights and education rights programs and an update on our free-trade social enterprise Café Etico.