2022 – Dignity Network Canada International Roundtable Report
This report is a summary of the network’s roundtable meetings held in Ottawa in November 2022. The purpose of the report is to provide a summary of the meetings as well as to provide a foundation for the work of Dignity Network Canada going forward into 2023 and 2024.
2022 – Rapport Sur Les Tables Rondes Internationales De Réseau Dignité Canada
Ce rapport est un résumé des tables rondes organisées par Réseau Dignité Canada à Ottawa en novembre 2022. Le but de ce rapport est d’offrir un compte rendu des réunions et de fournir une base pour le travail de Réseau Dignité Canada en 2023 et en 2024.
2023 – Briefing Report: A Canadian Special Envoy on International LGBTIQ+ Human Rights
Over 50 representatives of 30 organizations gathered in Ottawa on June 1 and 2, 2016, for the very first edition of the Dignity Network Canada roundtables, where they discussed Canadian civil society and its role in global movements for human rights for LGBTI people. The second day also included presentations and discussions with representatives of Global Affairs Canada and Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship and a keynote address from Parliamentary Secretary for International Development Karina Gould, MP.
2015 REPORT – ADVANCING DIGNITY: ASSESSING CANADA’S GLOBAL ACTION ON HUMAN RIGHTS FOR LGBTI PEOPLE
This document outlines promising practices, and strategies for Canadian organizations (non-profit, private, and/or public) in supporting human rights work with LGBTI communities abroad. The document builds upon many presentations and learnings from the Toronto WorldPride Human Rights Conference in 2014 and engages with NGOs currently doing this work.
Research Team: Erin Aylward (University of Toronto), Evan Vipond (Bonham Centre, University of Toronto), Doug Kerr.
2015 REPORT – SOLIDARITY FOR DIGNITY: INSIGHTS FOR CANADIAN ORGANIZATIONS WORKING GLOBALLY TO SUPPORT THE HUMAN RIGHTS OF LGBTI PEOPLE
This report is one of three initial documents written by Dignity Network Canada during its formative years when it was still a volunteer effort called the Dignity Initiative.