Corporate Plan 2018
In 2018, the Centre will continue its work as a catalyst for knowledge exchange and a platform for shaping the global conversation about diversity. Highlights include publishing Through a Pluralism Lens: Toward a Global Response to Diversity, the development of learning resources for practitioners and a range of events to bring the pluralism theme to global audiences.
Annual Report 2016
The latest Annual Report contains news about our programs, events and finances. Highlights include developing a major publications series to expand the evidence base for pluralism and deepen understanding of the pathways to pluralism, equipping educators and practitioners with tools and training to put pluralism into practice, and hosting our fifth Annual Pluralism Lecture, featuring Justice Albie Sachs, freedom fighter and former member of the South African Constitutional Court.
The Funding Agreement with the Government of Canada requires the Centre to carry out an external evaluation of its activities and projects at least once every five years. This includes an evaluation of progress toward achieving the outcomes set out in the Funding Agreement and a value-for-money audit to assess the economy, efficiency and effectiveness with which funds have been used. The evaluation and audit cover the period between 2012 and 2016.
“The GCP has delivered significant results, fully aligned with its mandate as specified in the funding agreement.” – Evaluation Report from BDO Interis, 2017
The external evaluation concluded “there is a clear and continuing demonstrable need for the work of GCP.” The report stated that the Centre is “well-positioned to deliver on its mandate.” The evaluators found that the Centre has already delivered significant results, including “increased understanding about pluralism, and increased awareness of GCP itself and its work.”