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The Canadian Global Affairs Institute is accountable to its donors and sponsors, and responsible for ensuring that donations are used for the purposes intended.
Funding Support Need
In order to achieve its mission and vision, the Canadian Global Affairs Institute requires:
- Multi-year financial commitments
- Annual donation support
- Project support and seed funding for new initiatives
- Sponsorship support for education programs, conferences, publications and collaborative research
The Canadian Global Affairs Institute Board, volunteers and staff are grateful for the generous support of donors who believe that an informed electorate will produce an informed polity and that dissemination of information will lead to the drafting, implementation and support of innovative and comprehensive Canadian policy in the areas of foreign affairs, defence and international aid. The Canadian Global Affairs Institute participates in a number of programs that provide research, education and outreach to Canadians. Your donation supports these programs and allows The Canadian Global Affairs Institute to bring Canada's foreign affairs and defence issues to a larger audience. We thank you for your support.
If you would like more information on how to support The Canadian Global Affairs Institute, please contact:
President, The Canadian Global Affairs Institute
Charitable Registration No. 87982 7913 RR0001
The Canadian Global Affairs Institute hosts 1-2 annual conferences in Ottawa around critical issues in Canadian defence and foreign policy. These conferences consistently attract high-calibre speakers, key policy makers, prominent academics, and a large number of the interested public.
Listed below are links to the various conferences presented by the Canadian Global Affairs Institute and its partners. If you are interested in sponsoring or creating a conference event with the Canadian Global Affairs Institute, please contact us at email@example.com.
- Canada's State of Trade: At Home and Beyond (February, 2018)
- Creating a Big Bang: Implementing the Procurement Ambition in Strong Secure Engaged (October, 2017)
- Unpacking Canada's New Defence Policy: The Path to Strong, Secure, Engaged (October, 2017)
- A World in Disarray: What Role for Canada [invitation only] (May, 2017)
- Deliverology for Defence Procurement (October, 2016)
- The Canadian Defence Review Symposium [invitation only] (May, 2016)
- What Role for Canada in Ukraine and Asia-Pacific Symposium (2015)
- Canada's Changing Role: The New Cold War and Canada's Place In The World (2014)
- Trilateral Border Issues Symposium (2013)
- SSWG e-Conference: Drone Week (2012)
- Canada's National Strategic Relations: NATO & NORAD (2009)
- Canada & The United States: What Does It Mean To Be Good Neighbours? (2008)
- Canada as the “Emerging Energy Superpower”: Testing the Case (2007)
- Foreign Policy Under a Conservative Government: An Interim Report Card (2006)
- The World in Canada: Demographics, Diversity & Domestic Politics in Canadian Foreign Policy (2005)
- Defining the National Interest (2004)
- Changing Canadian Foreign Policy (2003)
- Canada-US Strategic Partnership (2002)
Goods & Services Offered
From time to time The Canadian Global Affairs Institute will offer tickets to events, papers and books for sale and seek donations to support its research and education programs. The net proceeds from these activities are used to advance the aims and objectives of the Institute. (Charity Registration #87982 7913RR0001)
Currency of Transaction
All transactions will be in Canadian funds.
Please contact Carri Daye at 403-231-7605 or firstname.lastname@example.org for information or to register for an event in Calgary. Please contact Adam Frost at 403 231-7648 or email@example.com to information or to register for an event in Ottawa.
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The Canadian Global Affairs Institute does not collect personally identifiable information from individuals through the website unless this information is provided voluntarily and knowingly (such as by subscribing for our electronic newsletter or research papers, registering for our events, or by making a donation). Most of the Canadian Global Affairs Institute's publications are available on our website do not require any personal information from you to access these materials. The information collected is limited to the information required to process the subscription or registration request, or to process a donation. The information collected for these purposes includes email addresses, names, addresses, telephone number, fax number and credit card information, as applicable.Where individuals use our website to make a donation or register for an event, their credit card payment is handled by an outside credit card processing company with whom The Canadian Global Affairs Institute has a contractual arrangement. The Canadian Global Affairs Institute does not collect or see credit card information when we process an online donation.
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The personal information you provide The Canadian Global Affairs Institute is used only to send publications and notifications of upcoming events to our subscribers.Under no circumstances will The Canadian Global Affairs Institute disclose, rent, sell, barter or share the personal information we collect from subscribers, sponsors or donors unless required by law.
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Any personal information that you share with The Canadian Global Affairs Institute is kept physically and electronically separate with access limited to staff that require it to perform necessary job functions. We use a firewall to protect our computer files.The Canadian Global Affairs Institute ensures that the company which processes online credit card payments from our website has in place similar privacy protections and that it does not use your personal information for any purposes other than processing your online credit card payment. The Canadian Global Affairs Institute retains your personal information for only as long as The Canadian Global Affairs Institute may reasonably need the information to provide requested services to you, to respond to complaints or inquiries, and to fulfill auditing and other legal requirements.
You have a right, subject to certain statutory exceptions, to review the personal information we have collected about you and to have any errors in your personal information corrected. The Canadian Global Affairs Institute will respond to your written inquiry in a reasonable period of time and in any event within thirty days unless an extension is required. You may need to provide sufficient information to allow The Canadian Global Affairs Institute to respond to your request.
Changes to Privacy Statement
The Canadian Global Affairs Institute reserves the right to make minor modifications to this Privacy Statement in the interest of further enhancing the protection of personal information. If any substantial changes are made, The Canadian Global Affairs Institute will post a notice on its website.
If you receive publications or notifications from us which you no longer wish to receive you have a right at any time to request that we remove your name from our mailing list. Please contact the President by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail to Canadian Global Affairs Institute, Suite 1600, 530 8th Avenue S.W., Calgary, Alberta T2P 3S8.
Please direct questions and inquiries about your personal information by email to email@example.com or by mail to Canadian Global Affairs Institute, Suite 1600, 530 8th Avenue S.W., Calgary, Alberta T2P 3S8.
Refunds will be available up to one week in advance of the date for a particular event. Your seat is transferable up to eight (8) hours-notice prior to an event. The Canadian Global Affairs Institute is pleased to offer your seat to a University of Calgary student with 24 hours-notice prior to an event.
Books and research papers are non-refundable.
No refunds are available on donations.