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Movement Map

Movement Map

BCCIC has made an investment to surface people and projects in Atlantic Canada who are aligning with the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

We encourage you to help build out this map by adding your organization to this searchable database so that we can find and advance each other’s work.


From the site:

Who is BCCIC?

The British Columbia Council for International Cooperation (BCCIC) is a network that engages in sustainable development and social justice issues, with a focus on promoting and supporting the implementation of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), both locally and globally. As a membership-based organization made up of interested individuals, international development organizations and practitioners, as well as civil society organizations in British Columbia, Canada, BCCIC’s work includes public engagement, capacity building, networking, policy and representation, research, and youth engagement.

Why the Movement Map?

The Movement Map reveals an “Invisible Mosaic” of thousands of organizations that are already working to achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The goals of the map are threefold. The map enables organizations to become aware of each other, and the national and global movements they are a part of. It increases public awareness around the SDGs; it shows that we are not starting from scratch as a country and that there are many ways to get involved and support groups working on the SDGs. Finally, through the map political leaders can see the size and scope of a significant sector of our economy contributing to the SDGs and the political statement that this represents. By revealing this Invisible Mosaic, the map facilitates collaboration and collective action to achieve the SDGs by 2030.