Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW) has two clubs on Vancouver’s North Shore.
Both CFUW North Vancouver and CFUW West Vancouver
- provide members opportunities for personal and professional contacts and fellowship;
- hold monthly meetings at which guest speakers address educational, cultural and social issues;
- sponsor fund-raising events and projects to provide scholarships; and
- host special interest and study groups
16 Days of Action November 25 – December 10
CFUW 16 Days of Activism Against Gender based Violence Toolkit
CFUW has prepared a 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence Toolkit with tips on how to get involved in the campaign. From November 25th, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, to December 10th, International Human Rights Day, let’s help put an end to violence against women and girls. The toolkit includes an article on the 30th Anniversary of the École Polytechnique massacre. It discusses key themes on the topic of gender-based violence.
01 | Take Action To End Gender-based Violence
From November 25th, the International Day for
the Elimination of Violence against Women, to
December 10th, International Human Rights Day,
let’s help put an end to violence against women
and girls. CFUW clubs and members can be
trailblazers in their communities and across the
country, contributing positively to end genderbased
Unequal power relations, biased social norms and
practices, and discriminatory legal dispositions
have a profound impact on the prevalence of
violence against women and girls in our society.
Preventing and addressing violence against
women requires a broad spectrum of actions that
starts with our inner circle of friends and family
and goes all the way to our national and
international governing institutions.
CFUW has created a toolkit to help members get
involved in the 16 Days of Activism Against
Gender-Based Violence. This toolkit aims to
increase awareness and advise club members of
practical actions to help end GBV.
02| Take Action To End Gender-based Violence
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