About: CANADEM

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CANADEM is an Ottawa based non-profit, government-related organization established in 1996 with funding from the Global Affairs Canada. Its main purpose is to bolster peace, order, and good governance efforts through connecting international agencies (UN, Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe, Organization of American States, etc.) to civilian experts. Originally designed as Canada's national roster of civilian experts, CANADEM is now the largest roster of screened international civilian experts in the world. This non-profit enables international agencies, governments, and other non-profit organizations to rapidly connect with qualified professionals. US State Department's Office for Reconstruction and Stabilization lists CANADEM as one of its International Partners in peac

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  • CANADEM is an Ottawa based non-profit, government-related organization established in 1996 with funding from the Global Affairs Canada. Its main purpose is to bolster peace, order, and good governance efforts through connecting international agencies (UN, Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe, Organization of American States, etc.) to civilian experts. Originally designed as Canada's national roster of civilian experts, CANADEM is now the largest roster of screened international civilian experts in the world. This non-profit enables international agencies, governments, and other non-profit organizations to rapidly connect with qualified professionals. US State Department's Office for Reconstruction and Stabilization lists CANADEM as one of its International Partners in peace building. CANADEM is an official partner of UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs through its Program. A similar partnership exists between UNICEF and CANADEM for emergency surge deployments. (en)
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  • Global Connection to Civilian Experts
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  • March 2018 (en)
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  • 1996 (xsd:integer)
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  • Headquarters in Ottawa, and representatives in London, Geneva and New York City; (en)
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  • Canadem Logo.svg (en)
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  • Global Connection to Civilian Experts (en)
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  • CANADEM (en)
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  • 25000 (xsd:integer)
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  • Database/roster of screened civilian experts for International Agencies, Governments and other non-profit organizations (en)
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  • Tone issues (en)
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  • Non-profit, government-related organizations (en)
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  • CANADEM is an Ottawa based non-profit, government-related organization established in 1996 with funding from the Global Affairs Canada. Its main purpose is to bolster peace, order, and good governance efforts through connecting international agencies (UN, Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe, Organization of American States, etc.) to civilian experts. Originally designed as Canada's national roster of civilian experts, CANADEM is now the largest roster of screened international civilian experts in the world. This non-profit enables international agencies, governments, and other non-profit organizations to rapidly connect with qualified professionals. US State Department's Office for Reconstruction and Stabilization lists CANADEM as one of its International Partners in peac (en)
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  • CANADEM (en)
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  • CANADEM (en)
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