Sunday May 7, 2023
See the full conference schedule for Sunday below.
If a speaker's name is underlined, click on it to read more about that speaker.
Enjoy the conference! If you have questions at any point, please email us.
The activities café
Drop by the Activities Café at any point during the Conference to socialize, learn, and engage in various fun activities. Features include a photo booth, volunteer information table, and storyboards about Results Canada's work. It's a great place to connect with other attendees, volunteers, and staff.
Conference open and breakfast
Doors open at 8:30am. Enjoy a light breakfast, coffee or tea, and networking before the start of the Conference.
Welcome to Day 2 of the Results Canada Conference!
It’s time to end TB - building a global movement through advocacy
In this session, speakers, through their lived experience as TB survivors and #EndTB advocates, will showcase the power of advocacy as a key driver of change – and as central to unlocking resources and policy shifts necessary to realize the achievement of the SDGs. Advocates from Canada, Kenya, and India will engage in a discussion of how advocates from the North and South – and advocates who link the two – can line up the dominos and apply smart, strategic pressure to generate real impact.
Canada Research Chair in Epidemiology & Global Health, McGill University and Associate Director, McGill International TB Centre
Chief National Coordinator, Stop TB Partnership-Kenya
Educator and TB survivor
Parliamentarians and development: how parliamentary advocacy can make a better world
Hear parliamentarian’s personal perspectives on international development is important to them, and how advocates can best influence their decisions with personal, helpful insight.
Building relationships with MPs: the hows and whys of parliamentary advocacy
Led by former political staff, this workshop with equip you with the skills needed to have successful meetings with parliamentarians, demystify the role of parliamentarians, and help you answer tough questions from parliamentarians and political staff about international development.
Stakeholder Relations Advisor, Conservative Party of Canada
Get an overview of the best practices for online advocacy with practical tips for amplifying actions online. We will explore effective ways to engage with policymakers and decision-makers through digital platforms to be effective advocates in the digital age.
An interactive teamwork activity that brings together participants to showcase and apply the skills they've learned at the national conference. The competition is a race, where teams have to complete tasks in various areas of advocacy including parliamentary engagement, media writing, fundraising, and more.
Hill Day preparation: get ready for Results’ day of action on Parliament Hill
This workshop will equip participants in Results’ Hill Day with the tools, knowledge, and supports needed to succeed in meetings with parliamentarians on Monday May 8.