Join us to celebrate and express yourself through art! We are so excited to be joined by Frizz Kid who will be leading a discussion about self-love and inspiring our creativity; So bring along a friend, we'll bring the materials!
- TTC tokens and snacks will be provided.
- The venue is accessible for those with mobility devices.
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- This event is funded by Ontario Trillium Foundation
Join us as we discuss the issues facing young women in the GTHA area ahead of the upcoming provincial election! We will focus on understanding the impacts pressing matters such as housing, employment, and education on young women's lives.
- TTC tokens will be provided
- Snacks & tea will be available
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Join us as we release our research and resources on addressing sexual violence within political institutions.
With a provincial election on the horizon in Ontario, it's time for political institutions to take concrete measures toward understanding and addressing sexual violence on the campaign trail and beyond. This event will be the first step in bridging the gap between survivors' needs and support networks and policies available to them within political spaces.
Speakers to be announced shortly.
Help develop Canada’s first-ever Youth Policy. Shape the future of young people in Canada!
Richmond Hill: March 17, 2018 from 1pm to 3pm at 360 Kids (10415 Yonge St, Richmond Hill, ON L4C 0Z3)
Toronto: March 18, 2018 from 1:30pm to 3pm at Centre for Social Innovation - Spadina ( 215 Spadina Ave, Toronto, ON M5T 2C7)
This event is open to self-identified women and girls. Public Transit support and snacks will be provided.
Join us for a conversation on Black women in leadership with MP Celina Caesar-Chavannes. This community roundtable will be guided by young Black women leaders and will highlight Black women's experiences in leadership and politics.
Patience Odeh, a Toronto youth city councilor, Jannele Hinds fromHelping Hands App, and Paige Fisher from Young Women's Leadership Network advisory council will lead the discussion.
This event is open to everyone but we ask non-black folks to prioritize black voices and to listen and learn.
Space is limited so please RSVP.
Refreshments and TTC tokens will be provided.
* We are a trans-inclusive organization; trans-women and trans-femme folks are welcome.
** The building is wheelchair accessible.
*** We work through an anti-oppressive, intersectional feminist framework.
Join us in a timely conversation about the treatment of women in leadership.
Join us to hear from amazing immigrant & refugee women leaders!