Young Women as Mobilizers, Activists and Advocators
This paper offers concrete strategies for leading an inclusive, intersectional, and effective advocacy campaign, highlighting the critical role of young women and girls, in all their diversity, in decision-making and policymaking spaces.
Métis Women and Climate Change
This paper explores the impacts of climate change on Indigenous people, in particular Métis women and girls. In addition to exploring the disparate impacts, this paper highlights the importance of Métis and Indigenous knowledge and leadership in addressing, mitigating and adapting to climate change.
Corporate Infiltration of the UN: dire consequences for global democracy, women’s rights, and social and environmental justice
This paper explores the increasing influence of multi-national corporations in the United Nations and the wide-ranging impacts this involvement has on multilateralism, women’s rights, and social justice.
Canadian Feminists at the UN Commission on the Status of Women: An Advocacy Primer
This primer demystifies and breaks down the what, why and how of participating in the United Nations (UN) Commission on the Status of Women (CSW). The CSW is the largest annual gathering of women’s rights and feminist organizations and advocates, governments, and the UN system dedicated to gender equality.