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World Circular Economy Forum

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The World Circular Economy Forum 2021 (WCEF2021) will be hosted online from Canada, September 13 to 15, 2021.

Building on previous forums, WCEF2021 will focus on the system level changes, or “game changers”, needed to accelerate the transition to a circular economy. Seizing the circular opportunity requires transformational change and collective efforts by businesses, policymakers, civil society and others.

Hosted in North America for the first time, WCEF2021 will bring dynamic new voices to the global discussion, explore circular opportunities from the perspective of natural resource producing countries, and highlight the critical importance of the circular economy to fight climate change and to protect biodiversity.

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Public Engagement Specialist

The Manitoba Council for International Cooperation (MCIC) is a coalition of Manitoba-based organizations involved in international development. Its mission is to support, connect and amplify the work of its members and partners. We directly engage and collaborate with Manitobans for global sustainability by:

Compensation: 
$42,000 - $53,000 plus benefits
Deadline: 
7 Sep 2021
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Outreach Coordinator

The West Central Women’s Resource Centre (WCWRC) provides services and programming to women and families in the West Central neighbourhood of Winnipeg. WCWRC is women centered and practices empowerment, inclusion, harm reduction, multi-level, and community economic development philosophies to support women experiencing poverty, homelessness, mental illness, violence, substance use or participating in sex-trade work.

Compensation: 
: $19-22/hour, 6% vacation pay, plus a benefits package and matched RSP after 3 months
Deadline: 
2 Sep 2021
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Children and Youth Program Helper (multiple positions)

Wahbung Abinoonjiiag is a domestic violence prevention, healing and crisis center, established in 1994 to empower children and their families to end the cycle of violence. Wahbung Abinoonjiiag "Children of Tomorrow" is an Indigenous organization, providing opportunities for holistic healing through culturallyrelevant teachings, programs, advocacy and support services. 

Compensation: 
Contingent on experience/qualifications.
Deadline: 
30 Sep 2021
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