COVID-19: How Your Support Helps Women and Girls During the Pandemic

Author: Stacey Rodas

Stacey Rodas

Stacey Rodas is the Manager of Public Relations & Online Engagement at the Canadian Women's Foundation. Her goal is to make our country more livable and lovable. She is also a huge basketball fan. (GO RAPTORS!)

How Sexual Assault Survivor Marlee Liss is Finding Healing Through Restorative Justice

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Author and activist Marlee Liss was raped a week after returning from a women-centered meditation centre. Read about her healing process and her restorative justice journey.


Women’s History Month: Set Women’s Accomplishments in Stone

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Public art is an important part of ensuring diverse women’s accomplishments are, quite literally, set in stone.


Gender Equality Reading Roundup: August 30, 2019

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Here are the gender equality headlines that caught our attention in the past few weeks.


Q&A with Raj Kaur Khaira: How Sweets and Superheroes Pave the Way for Equality

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Activist and author Raj Kaur Khaira created The Pink Ladoo Project in 2015, a global gender equality campaign to inspire and give South Asian families the tools to celebrate girls’ births.

For her, the whole idea came from sweets.

In some South Asian cultures, ladoo are sweets that are traditionally given out to celebrate the birth of a boy. But there is no equivalent to mark the birth of a girl. Raj was inspired to change that.


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