Just as we must consider gender equity, so too must we use an intersectional lens in order to build inclusive cities for all.
Back in September, a tweet asked, “What would you do if there were no men on earth for 24 hours?”. Here are some of the responses.
Scotland has become the first country in the world to provide free and universal access to period products, in an effort to tackle period poverty.
The history of the Women Friendly Cities Challenge: applying a gendered intersectional lens to budgets, policies and programs.
As COVID-19 continues to threaten lives and livelihoods, YWCA Canada GATE have released A Feminist Economic Recovery Plan for Canada.
Officials are pushing for the creation of a new strategy for gender equity in Toronto. According to one supporter on council, this effort is “long overdue.”
Cities are supposed to be built for all of us, but they aren’t built by all of us. So what a city designed by women be like?
The National Democratic Institute gathered together Iraqi women from five western provinces to share ideas and knowledge on gender equity.
The City of Vancouver has addressed their commitment to equity and released a report detailing progress towards making Vancouver women friendly.
International Womens Day is a chance to celebrate achievements, and also highlight the work we need to do to combat gender inequality.
Aid agency Oxfam recently launched an index spotlighting those nations attempting to bridge the inequality divide.
The world recently celebrated International Women’s Day. Celebrate with School of Feminism and their Thank a Feminist posters.
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