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Jean-Marc Mangin

Jean-Marc Mangin is the former executive director of the Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences, the Global Call for Climate Action/TckTckTck and CUSO. He has also worked with the UN and the Canadian Government.

Opinion | BY JEAN-MARC MANGIN | September 29, 2021
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured on Sept. 28 in his first full post-election news conference. The government should work with the sector on three specific ‘conditions’ that would enable both an increased flow of funds and a higher disbursement quota to be more effective and equitable, writes Jean-Marc Mangin, president and CEO of Philanthropic Foundations Canada. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
Opinion | BY JEAN-MARC MANGIN | September 29, 2021
Opinion | BY JEAN-MARC MANGIN | September 29, 2021
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured on Sept. 28 in his first full post-election news conference. The government should work with the sector on three specific ‘conditions’ that would enable both an increased flow of funds and a higher disbursement quota to be more effective and equitable, writes Jean-Marc Mangin, president and CEO of Philanthropic Foundations Canada. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
Opinion | BY JEAN-MARC MANGIN | November 20, 2017
Jean-Marc Vallée’s coming of age comedy-drama, C.R.A.Z.Y., captures the 1970s era amazingly well: overwhelmingly white, middle-class francophone youth struggling to shake off its homophobia and inward-looking attitudes. Jean-Marc Mangin says he only really began to understand and better appreciate the society that he grew up in by leaving it and by exposing himself to a world of differences.
Opinion | BY JEAN-MARC MANGIN | November 20, 2017
Opinion | BY JEAN-MARC MANGIN | November 20, 2017
Jean-Marc Vallée’s coming of age comedy-drama, C.R.A.Z.Y., captures the 1970s era amazingly well: overwhelmingly white, middle-class francophone youth struggling to shake off its homophobia and inward-looking attitudes. Jean-Marc Mangin says he only really began to understand and better appreciate the society that he grew up in by leaving it and by exposing himself to a world of differences.