Corporate Plan 2022
In the coming three years, the Centre’s core programs will broaden awareness of and a global commitment to pluralism. To achieve this goal, the Centre will seek to scale up existing programs and expand into new areas of work to help advance pluralism in societies around the world. Read more in the Corporate Plan.
Annual Report 2021
- Measuring inclusion and exclusion in diverse societies
- Teaching for belonging around the world
- A pluralist approach to peacemaking
- Celebrating pluralism champions through the Global Pluralism Awards
- Convening in a pandemic through increased online events
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.”