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Standing up for your beliefs can lead to action and change, but it's not always easy to do. This month, be inspired to speak up and speak out on topics that matter to you. You may just inspire others to do the same.
As Canada turns 149, we taking a look at the status of women in our country. Despite significant steps forward, we haven’t yet achieved gender equality in Canada. Together, let's make it happen!
With Father's Day on the way, it's time to celebrate not only the great dads in our lives, but also how the definition of fatherhood is evolving and expanding. As we work toward gender equality, let's make sure men are part of the conversation!
We’ve come a long way, but women in Canada still face startling rates of physical and sexual abuse. When 67% of Canadians know at least one woman who has experienced physical or sexual abuse, we’re not there yet. Take the pledge to join GEN1 and help end violence against women.
Strength comes in all forms. This month, take our quiz to identify and leverage your strengths; learn how to recognize and address the Imposter Syndrome; and hear how Michelle and Loretta overcame their challenges to become successful entrepreneurs.
Did you know that between Grade 6 and 10, girls' confidence drops from 36% to 14%? Or that one study found that 50% of BC girls wished they were someone else? At the Canadian Women's Foundation, we want every girl to believe in herself and realize she matters. Girls are intelligent, creative, strong and brave - let's make sure they know it!
Healthy love isn't about flowers and chocolates (though we love those too!) - it's about creating a foundation of respect and equality in all relationships. This Valentines Day, send a Healthy Love e-card and raise funds for teen healthy relationship programs across Canada!
With every New Year comes new opportunities. This January, we look back at the progress made on gender equality and women's rights in 2015, and look forward to some of the ways we can help end gender-based violence and poverty while promoting women’s leadership in 2016.