Atira Women’s Resource Society is a community-based organization. Through education, advocacy and outreach, Atira is an active voice in the struggle to end violence; supporting women and their children who a
In 1991 Algonquins from the impoverished community of Barriere Lake negotiated a groundbreaking agreement with Cana
CAWI promotes an inclusive and women-friendly Ottawa that respects diversity and addresses the issues of poverty, and lack of adequate services.
The Missinak Community Center provides assistance, awareness training, healing, and empowerment for aboriginal women and children who have been victims of violence.
An important part of the SJF’s literacy program, jointly funded with the International Postal Communications
Every December, the northern Women’s Forum of Prince George organizes a community rally, “Chili and a Blanket” against increasing poverty in BC, due to the draconian cuts made by the Liberal government.
While many sectors of Colombian society are working to build the foundation for peace through the peace negotiations in Havana, Canada has failed to support human rights and social and economic justice in Colombia.
Literacy skills, cultural pride and respect to engage at-risk youth