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The Equal Pay Coalition and Canadian Research Institute for the Advancement of Women invite you to Rising Together: Women for a Just Economy – a series of six free cross-country strategy and mobilizing webinars.

Join women’s organizations, trade unions and community organizations mobilizing on issues of decent work, gender-based violence, decolonization, racial justice, disability inclusion, climate justice, migrant rights, the care economy and more.

Through the webinar series we are collaborating to share common concerns and identify common ground, build strategy and plan actions to address the root causes of economic marginalization that hits women, Indigenous and racialized communities hardest.

Join our second webinar on Wednesday 12 August at 7:00 p.m. EDT

The link to the webinar will be sent to registrants a few days before the event.

The Care Economy

Hosts

Fay Faraday & Jan Borowy (Equal Pay Coalition co-chairs)

Moderator

Sheetal Lodhia

Speakers

Pat Armstrong
Distinguished Research Professor of Sociology, York University
COVID-19 and the crisis in long-term care

Sarah Jama
Co-founder, Disability Justice Network Ontario
Building disability justice

Carol Couchie
National Aboriginal Council of Midwives, Co-Chair
Indigenous women, health work and colonialism

Shirley Dorismond
Fédération Interprofessionelle de la Santé du Québec, Vice-Présidente
Systemic racism and health care

Diana Da Silva
Caregivers Action Centre, Coordinator
Migrant care workers

Alana Powell
Association of Early Childhood Educators Ontario, Executive Coordinator
Childcare and decent work for childcare workers

Simultaneous interpretation (French & English) and captioning will be available.

The webinars will combine presentations and breakout strategic discussions as we collaborate to develop an intersectional feminist agenda for women’s economic justice. The webinars will culminate in a cross-country public action on December 7, 2020 – the 50th anniversary of the Royal Commission Report on the Status of Women.

We thank the Atkinson Foundation and the Canadian Women’s Foundation for their support.

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