Action Coalition 2: Economic Justice and Rights

Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (Katherine Scott), Canadian Federation of University Women (Charlotte Akin), Canadian Labour Congress (Vicky Smallman), Canadian Women’s Foundation (Ann Decter), Centre for Equality Rights in Accommodation (Alyssa Brierley), Child Care Now (Morna Ballantyne), Council of Canadians with Disabilities (Jewelles Smith, Laurie Alphonse), Feminist Alliance for International Action (Lauren Marshall), Global Women in STEM (Anja Lanz, Damineh Akhavan), Les Femmes Michif Otipemisiwak / Women of the Métis Nation (Tamsin Fitzgerald), and Oxfam Canada (Amar Nijhawan).

This infosheet Action Coalition 2: Economic Justice and Rights draws from the expertise of advocates from leading civil society organizations working in the area of women’s economic justice and rights in Canada.

This infosheet was created by a Beijing+25 Network Working Group between March 2021- October 2021. This infosheet is based on actions developed at the UN Generation Equality Forums in 2021 and highlights key actions for the Canadian context.

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