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The overall objective of CGEF (1996-2001) was aimed at complementing the Division’s efforts toward meeting women’s needs by focusing on creating the space and potential for women to advance their strategic interests across all aspects of their lives. In addition, objectives were identified for each...
The Ministry of National Resources and the Environment (MNRE) is a key agency in the public administration structure of Belize, responsible for management of the country’s vital natural resources. Universalia supported the transformation of MNRE into an effective, efficient organization accountable...
Universalia managed this project designed to increase the availability of skilled managers and trainers in the Caribbean community and to strengthen the capacity of regional institutions and national governments to coordinate and manage HRD investments on a regional basis. Universalia coordinated:...
Universalia was commissioned to carry out an organizational assessment of UNHCR with a focus on human resources management, organizational strategy, financial management and field operations review. This review provided an independent assessment of the effectiveness and efficiency of UNHCR...
In 2011, Universalia was contracted by Citizenship and Immigration Canada to produce a review of the research on immigration in the official language minority communities. The report summarized the main research themes covered in this field during the last 5 years. This report also identified...
Universalia was contracted through the Canadian Institute for Research on Linguistic Minorities by the Ontario Ministry of Education and Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities, to lead the Formative and Summative Evaluation of the Canada-Ontario Agreement on Minority Language Education and...
Universalia was commissioned in early 2009 to undertake the first-time evaluation of a joint organizational strategy (JOS) for UNHCR in which Canada, Denmark and the United Kingdom came together in 2007 to develop a common framework in which to situate their assistance to UNHCR. The assignment was...
Universalia was mandated to conduct an exploratory study on issues related to Parts IV, V and VI of the Official Language Act (OLA) of Canada. This study served as a source of information to help develop the summative evaluation framework of the Official Languages Centre of Excellence (OLCE) of the...
In 2011, Universalia was contracted by the Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages (OCOL) to facilitate a national discussion forum on the implementation of Part VII of the Official Languages Act and produce a summary record of the event. Approximately 100 representatives from federal...

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