Are you passionate about advancing gender equality and social justice in Canada? Are you a creative individual who enjoys blogging, photography or other forms of artistic expression? The Equal Futures Network is looking for creative individuals to contribute engaging stories and content that showcases your passion for advancing these areas in your community! 

Who We Are

The Equal Futures Network is a community of national, regional, local and grassroots organizations, agencies, civil society and projects from across Canada that are committed to social justice, advancing gender equality and to ensuring equal futures. 

The Opportunity

We are looking for community partners to collect and generate local stories and creative content for the Equal Futures Network with a gender equality or social justice lens. 

Examples of stories and creative content: 

  • Blog writing 
  • Photography 
  • Graphic design 
  • Fine arts 
  • Interviews 

Partners are welcome to pitch other projects or ideas as long as they are suitable for digital formats and follow local public health orders with regard to COVID-19. Check out our social media channels for inspiration! 

How to Submit an Idea 

Pitch your project to our team by filling out this short Google Form. Submissions will be reviewed on a rolling basis, with the first round of submissions being reviewed on May 31st. Afterwards submissions will be reviewed on a bi-weekly basis. 

Eligibility Criteria:

  • This opportunity is open to individuals who reside in Canada and are interested in creating content for the Equal Futures Network.
  • Content must focus on what gender equality and social justice looks like within your community. 
  • Content can be produced in English or French. Where possible, we will provide translation into the other language. 
  • The Equal Futures Network will prioritize amplifying content from community partners who represent marginalized or equity seeking groups and those whose voices are not heard or seen enough in these spaces

Community partners will be provided an honorarium in exchange for their services. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to reach out to us at efn-rae@canwach.ca.

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The Equal Futures Network acknowledges that Indigenous people are the traditional guardians of Turtle Island, on the land also known Canada.

Read our full Territory Acknowledgment here.