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Feminism: our basis for unity

Contains information and tools informed by decades of women's experiences and understanding of feminism and the feminist movement. Intended as a discussion guide for women and organizations involved or interested in equality-seeking work.

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Published: 2003
Cyberfeminism: from theory to practice

Defines 'cyberfeminism' and discusses the role the Internet can play in the women's movement.

Published: 2006
Canadian women's internet directory

Offre un site Web qui relie les internautes avec les ressources en ligne pour l’égalité des femmes canadiennes. Répertore les sites qui sont éducatifs et qui partagent de l’information sur le travail des femmes pour l’égalité incluant : points de vue des femmes, débats, campagnes, militantisme, créativité, services, recherches et questions politiques. // Forms an interactive, searchable web site that links users with Canadian women's equality resources online. Lists sites which are educational, sharing information on women's equality work: including women's perspectives, debates, campaigns, activism, creativity, services, research and policy issues.

Challenges and opportunities for gender equality in Latin America and the Caribbean

Highlights some of the most important changes in the status of women in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) in the last two decades.

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Published: 2003
The PAR-L discussion list is an online forum of more than 1,000 people, primarily women--and some men--in Canada, and also in more than a dozen other countries, who are interested in promoting women's equality. Subscribers include grassroots activists, researchers, academics, policy analysts, and many others. This bilingual (English/French) list is open to any individual or organization interested in discussing policy, action, and research on issues of concern to women in Canada. The scope is intentionally broad to provide an open forum where feminist activists, scholars, and researchers can come together, communicate, share, and disseminate information in a supportive environment. // La liste d'envoi PAR-L est un forum électronique de plus de 1 200 personnes, principalement des femmes mais aussi des hommes, au Canada et dans plus de 12 autres pays, qui veulent encourager l'égalité des femmes. Les abonnées comprennent des militantes, des chercheuses, des universitaires, des analystes de politiques, des journalistes et beaucoup d'autres personnes. Cette liste bilingue (français-anglais) est ouverte à toute personne ou organisation intéressée à discuter de politiques, d'action et de recherches sur les dossiers intéressant les femmes au Canada. Les objectifs de la liste sont délibérément très généraux afin de fournir un forum ouvert où militantes, universitaires et chercheuses féministes peuvent s'assembler, communiquer, partager et diffuser de l'information dans un contexte d'appui mutuel. (See Details)
Women and social change: feminist activism in Canada
Describes feminist politics and activism in Canada.
Published: 1991
Women's organizing and public policy in Canada and Sweden
Highlights the practices of unions and political parties in both Canada and Sweden and the effect that women's organizing has had on the framing and implementing of public policy.
Published: 1999
In for the long haul: women's organizations in Manitoba
Identifies the many diverse organizations that comprise the women's movement in Manitoba, and how these organizations and groups express their feminist ideas and how they undertake their political action strategies. (See Details)
Published: 2005
A tribute to grassroots organizing for women's health: cases from around the world
Documents the struggles of resistance being waged by activists who attended the 9th International Women's Health Meeting and who continue to work at the local and regional levels.
Published: 2005
The role of women's organizations in health policy development, implementation and dissemination
Identifies the roles of women's groups in research and policy making and implementations in Canada.
Published: 1998