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QUESTION THE STATUS QUO

Most days, it feels like no amount of petitions can solve the massive problems of our world. But what does it actually take to dismantle the status quo? Canada can do better on massive international challenges like poverty and inequality and contribute moe to oppoturtunities like clean tech and global innovation. Let's make sure made-in-Canada innovations and policies have positive impacts at home and abroad.

Poverty

Our fellow human beings continue to live in poverty with diminished choices: struggling to access food, water, sanitation, and basic health services. This is simply unacceptable. How are Canada's policies improving global poverty in an equitable way?

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Clean Tech

We can lower our global emissions and create new jobs by investing in green technology. There are made-in-Canada solutions that the world can benefit from and that benefits Canada. How can we share more of it with other countries?

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Innovation

Our country values and invests in innovation to solve social and environmental problems. Yet these efforts are mostly kept at home when we could galvanize creativity and partnerships across the world. Why isn't Canada driving global innovation in a bigger way?

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How It Works

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Submit your question(s) on topics like poverty, inequality, green energy, or innovation

Accept your invitation to Know The System to engage with like-minded Canadians in a powerful exchange of questions and ideas.

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Join the conversation and share what you want to advocate for.

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Participate in change actions to disrupt the system and create positive change.

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Engineers Without Borders's policy and advocacy work is all about empowering young leaders to influence Canada's global impact, directing its resources, policies, and institutions deliberately to provide inclusive and transformative support. For twenty years, the community of Engineers Without Borders staff, chapters and volunteers have been working to make change locally in Canada and globally.