Research, Innovation & Publications
Women’s heavy and unequal responsibility for care is increasingly being recognized as a key barrier to their social, political and economic empowerment, and to wider objectives like sustainable development and inclusive growth. This brief advocates for increased investments in feminist care programming and makes 10 recommendations for action by donors.
The What She Makes campaign is calling on Canadian fashion brands to pay a living wage in their supply chains and uphold international labour rights.
The COVID-19 pandemic is having the most profound impacts on those already experiencing poverty and marginalization, in Canada and around the world. Learn about why we need a feminist response.
Ensuring that women, girls and people of diverse sexual orientation and gender identity and expression have full autonomy over their lives and bodies is necessary for improved health and education outcomes and freedom to participate in economic life.
Women’s unequal burden of care is increasingly being recognized as a key barrier to their social, political and economic empowerment, and to wider objectives like sustainable development and inclusive growth.
Conflicts and crises radically affect social, economic, cultural and political structures and create risks for women, girls and gender-diverse people, exacerbating existing inequalities. However, this kind of collapse can also create opportunities for change.