“During my tour of the exhibit, I learned how Canadians just like us are making a difference by turning their personal interests and strengths into opportunities to create global change…It was remarkable to discover how various Canadians’ simple notions have become widespread solutions to combating global poverty!” Read more about the impression the tour left during its stop at the Ismaili Centre in Toronto.
Find out how Together: An Exhibition on Global Development is inspiring conversations on global development in communities across the country:
The University of Waterloo’s official student newspaper paid a visit to the Together Exhibit during its stay hosted by Conrad Grebel University College. 34 percent of attendees who took the Global Citizenship quiz discovered they are best suited to use their skills of leadership and communication in the fight against global poverty.
Ridley College and their neighbours were invited to participate in the Together mobile exhibit when it rolled into St. Catherines on October 19th and 20th. Students had the opportunity to engage on Canadian’s roles in global development as well as discuss how they too could become active in the process.
Together: An exhibition on global development has welcomed close to 15,000 visitors in the past six months, in over 30 communities in Ontario, Quebec and Atlantic Canada. Throughout the tour, the exhibit has sparked discussion on Canada’s contribution to global development and how Canadians can take action to alleviate global poverty.
We are now planning for 2016 and want to hear where you think our exhibit should go! The exhibit will start in British Columbia in the spring and will then travel to Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario.
Help us spread the word and ask your friends this question: Where would you like to see the Together exhibit go in 2016?
Use #AllForChange or submit your idea here!
Keep your eye on our tour schedule to see if we were able to include your suggestion!
Together: An exhibition on global development has finished the eastern leg of its cross-Canada tour, traveling to six provinces and reaching close to 15,000 people since it launched in Ottawa in April! During the six month tour, the exhibit made 42 stops in close to 30 communities.