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HERIZONS is a quarterly Canadian feminist magazine that delivers the inside scoop on the Canadian women's movement: activism, the environment, health, policy issues and legal cases affecting women. Herizons serves up feminist satire and plenty of news at a glance. Canada’s largest feminist magazine is a unique hybrid of non-profit business, feminist publishing and advocacy journalism. Herizons is published in Winnipeg and distributed in every part of Canada. The magazine's talented, insightful contributors and its content span the country and the world.


Officially, Herizons' statement of purpose is: to publish an inspiring feminist magazine that fosters a state of wellness that enriches women’s lives; expands the boundaries of feminism; builds awareness of current issues as they affect women, and broadens the influence of feminist principles. Herizons aims to reflect a philosophy that is diverse, and one that is relevant to women’s daily lives.

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Feminists for Just ans Equitable Public Policy

Our site is currently offline while we make improvements to better serve our members. 2010

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Yukon Status of Women
Sister Vision Educational Press

SISTER VISION is the first press for Black women and women of colour in Canada. Founded in 1984, it intends to encourage works by women of all cultures, sexual preferences and classes. A conscious political decision was made to distinguish between Black women and women of colour because Black women experienced slavery and its aftermath. However, commonaility and writings are shared with Native Sisters, Asian Sisters and others who define themselves as women of colour. The focus will be on:

- oral history of ordninary women often omitted from traditional history and comtemporary writing;
- books for children and young adults;
- theory and research to challenge the absence of their voices in Canada feminist theorgy and research.
A forum for theoretical works will analyze the political and social lives of Black and Third World women from
a feminist perspective.


SISTER VISION's traditions include Marie Joseph Angelique, a Black Montreal salve who launched the first documented act of defiance against slavery, and Mary Ann Shadd, the first woman editor in Canada and publisher of one of Canada's early Black newspapers - the Provincial Freeman - in the 1850's. They want to reforge the link between women and colour in Canada and in the Caribbean and Third World women the world over. Their vision is of a global femiinism,interconnecting and weaving women's histories.


SISTER VISION welcomes donations, manuscripts and ideas.


Forms a bilingual, electronic network of individuals and organizations interested in women-centred policy issues in Canada. Promotes women's equality by using new electronic means for networking and for discussing and distributing feminist research and strategies for action in English and French. Forme un réseau bilingue de personnes et d'organisations intéressées aux politiques touchant les femmes au Canada. Contribue à l'égalité des femmes par l'entremise des nouveaux moyens électroniques, en facilitant le réseautage, les débats d'idées, l'échange d'information ainsi que la diffusion de la recherche et des stratégies d'action féministes, en français comme en anglais. (See Details)
Montreal Men Against Sexism
National Organization for Women (NOW)
Aims to bring about equality for all women. This organization is the largest organization of feminist activists in the Untied States. (See Details)
Canadian Research Institute for the Advancement of Women
Works to advance the position of women in society through feminist and women-centred research. (See Details)
Centre for Feminist Research
Brings together faculty, graduate and undergraduate students as well as internationally-renowned investigators from more than 30 countries for collaborative research on issues such as work, education, violence, family relationships, Canadian women's writing, equity initiatives, and human rights. (See Details)
Simone de Beauvoir Institute

At the Simone de Beauvoir Institute (SdBI), we see feminism as a broad methodology that can enable us to better conceptualize and fight for progressive change. Each year, the SdBI offers exciting courses and multiple activities that explore particular local and global sites of interest such as sexuality, violence, health, work, poverty, racism, militarism and globalization. At the heart of our approach to teaching, research, activism and community service is the understanding that social inequality is produced through interlocking systems of oppression and that the state, nationalism and imperialism are central in producing and sustaining asymmetrical power relations. From time to time, the SdBI gets directly involved in debates and takes a public position.

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