Our podcast episode of Ontario Council for International Cooperation’s Tapestry 2030 is now LIVE.

Erla Hoyos, of Centro Santa Angela, and Ruth Taylor, of Heart-Links, speak with Safa Shahkhalili about the Canadian-Peruvian partnership that is fostering a new kind of leadership in Peru. All accompanied by beautiful illustration by Amanda Schutz.

You can listen right here:

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Remember to follow or subscribe to listen to all the episodes in the series. You’ll hear stories from Bhutan Canada FoundationCAP NetworkCanada-Mathare Education TrustInter ParesPartners In Health CanadaRayjon Share CareYMCA of Greater Toronto and their respective international partners.

Here are some ways you can help keep this important conversation about how to build a more just world going:

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Tapestry 2030 is a podcast and illustration series focused on the future of international cooperation and global solidarity, and the partnerships needed for gender transformative, sustainable development. In it OCIC members and their international partners share stories anchored in the principles for Just Recovery within the context of the global pandemic.

A group of Peruvians wave and smile outside a school.

If you’d like to hear more from our outstanding partners about the projects Heart-Links supports in northern Peru, join us at 7 p.m. EST tomorrow at Share the Love @ Home. Register for free here.