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Shannon Kindornay

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Senior Analyst

Shannon Kindornay is an Adjunct Research Professor at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs at Carleton University. Her research focuses on development cooperation, global governance, the global sustainable development agenda and aid and the private sector. Prior to joining Carleton University, Ms. Kindornay was a researcher at the North-South Institute for nearly five years where she produced numerous reports, peer reviewed publications and commentaries on a range of policy issues, including multilateral development cooperation, Canada’s development cooperation program and the role of the private sector in development. Ms. Kindornay holds degrees from Carleton University and Wilfrid Laurier University.

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Monitoring Progress on the SDGs: The Global Indicator Framework

Shannon Kindornay explains the results of the 47th meeting of the United Nations Statistical Committee, including next steps and Canada's role moving forward with the SDG agenda[...]

What should Canada’s portfolio for private sector engagement in development look like?

Shannon Kindornay takes a look at some key lessons to inform Canada's approach to building effective private sector engagement[...]

A new approach to private sector engagement in Canadian development cooperation?

Shannon Kindornay explores lessons from her research on the role of private sector in development cooperation[...]

A Look Ahead: International Development 2016

A look ahead at the events relevant to Canada and International Development in 2016[...]

The Paris Agreement: Implications for Canada

The Paris Agreement was signed on to by 195 countries around the world. Now what? What are the implications for Canada?[...]

COP21: A Beginner’s Guide

What is COP? What are the main climate finance mechanisms? What are Canada's contributions to global climate finance? What was agreed to at previous COPs, what are the issues at play in COP21[...]

Bringing universal global goals to life in Canada

In the second part to the SDG Unpacked series, Shannon Kindornay takes a look at what Canada's position is in embracing the universality of the new development agenda[...]
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