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Equal Futures 2023: A Gender Equality Summit is just around the corner! We are pleased to offer a free webcast option on May 17-18, 2023 for those who are unable to attend the summit in-person.
Guided by the theme “People, Perspectives and Partnerships”, the summit will feature inspiring keynote addresses, knowledge spotlights, insightful panel discussions, breakout sessions and practical workshops. View the full program here.
Be sure to register early to join Equal Futures 2023 Connect, a community bringing together in-person and online participants taking part in the summit!
Use the ‘Need help?’ button on the login page if you require assistance during the registration process.
Following your completion of the registration form, you will receive a confirmation email to finalize your registration and login. Once you are logged in, we invite you to fill additional personal information on the Welcome page.
We then invite you to consult the program and get familiar with the Chime platform. The webcast will be available via the ‘Live Stream’ button in the upper right corner.
Visit the ‘Tech Support’ module for more assistance.
Partner Spotlight: Mapping the Way
The Equal Futures Network is thrilled to announce our partnership with Mapping the Way as a part of Equal Futures 2023: A Gender Equality Summit! Mapping the Way celebrates and raises awareness about Yukon First Nation land claims and self-government. They share some of the stories of the people and events that helped map the way to a new governance landscape for all Yukoners. These include stories of Agreements Trailblazers, information on the history and content of Yukon First Nations land claim and self-government agreements and resources on the ground breaking Together Today for our Children Tomorrow document.
Virtual event highlight: IDEAS 4 Gender Equality Innovation Challenge for Rural and Remote Communities
Through an innovative solution-building experience participants will apply an Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Access lens to rural and remote lived realities. Respecting diverse experiences and expertise, break-out groups share insights and explore myths/biases that limit the full participation of women in all their diversity in the workplace, marketplace and communities across Canada. Building upon these shared understanding groups generate a sustainable systemic solution and learn how to put IDEAS into Action.
The Equal Futures Network acknowledges that Indigenous people are the traditional guardians of Turtle Island, on the land also known as Canada