Fraser Reilly-King

Policy Analyst, International Development Research Centre (IDRC)

Fraser joined the Policy and Evaluation Division at IDRC in February 2019. Prior to that, Fraser was the Research and Policy Manager at the Canadian Council for International Co-operation (CCIC), an organization he joined in 2011. CCIC is the umbrella organization for Canadian not-for-profit organizations engaged in international development work. From 2014-15, CCIC was the national hub for the Beyond2015 campaign, with Fraser acting as the lead. Fraser sat on the Management Committee of the Reality of Aid Network as Vice-Chair for eight years and was the North American representative to the CSO Partnership for Development Effectiveness from 2012-2014. He has written blogs on aid and development for the Ottawa Citizen and the Huffington Post and published in peer-reviewed journals. Prior to joining IDRC and CCIC, Fraser worked for eight years at the Halifax Initiative Coalition (HI), doing research and advocacy on the International Financial Institutions and Export Credit Agencies. In a volunteer capacity, he has sat on the boards of the Canary Research Institute on Mining, Environment and Health and UNIFEM Canada. He has a Master of Science in Development Studies from the London School of Economics.

My Sessions

Canada’s Global Leadership on the 2030 Agenda

Room 106 C

REGISTER FOR THIS SESSION LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE   In June 2019, the Government of Canada launched its’ interim strategy to implement the 2030 Agenda. The strategy includes 30 concrete actions and will serve as the basis for the development of Canada’s National 2030 Agenda Strategy. Following opening remarks with government representation that will explore Canada’s […]