September Incubator: Co-creating a more gender just Canada

Gender Equality Week is an opportunity for people from coast to coast to coast to celebrate the progress we’ve made in advancing gender equality in Canada and abroad, while reflecting on the work that remains to make sure that everyone – regardless of their gender – can reach their full potential.

To mark this year’s Gender Equality Week, on September 23, from 11:30 am – 12:30 pm EDT, the Equal Futures Network will host an incubator session bringing together Network members and key stakeholders to discuss, share stories and gather input on challenges and opportunities that Network members face when it comes to advancing gender equality and social justice in their communities. Participants will co-create a roadmap that will lay the groundwork to build-on the important conversations, actions and activities in the year to come so that we can all ensure that we are advancing gender equality and social justice at all levels across Canada.

This collaborative session will feature engaging and inspiring stories from prominent Canadians/people in Canada whose stories will help ground the work of the Equal Futures Network and invigorate action for the work yet to be done. This is your opportunity to connect and build relationships with other Network members, leaders and key stakeholders across Canada doing this important work.

Together, we can better share and exchange resources, explore new opportunities for growth, build new partnerships and find innovative ways to strengthen our collective work in order to drive progress around gender equality from coast to coast to coast.

Guiding questions for the discussion will be circulated after registration.

This event will be presented in English with simultaneous translation available in French.

Date

Sep 23 2021
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Time

11:30 am - 12:30 pm

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