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Evaluation of the Women's Program - Status of Women Canada

Sep 9, 2013 ... in fields of particular concern to women. In response, the WP was created in 1973 within the Department of the Secretary of State. In 1976, the Government of Canada established SWC as the federal agency "to coordinate policy in respect to the Status of Women and administer related programs."1 SWC's overall goal is to promote gender equality and the full

Status of Women Canada

...Reports to Parliament by Federal Institution Status of Women Canada 2018 Spring Reports of the Commissioner of the Environment and Sustainable Development to the Parliament of Canada Report 2—Canada’s Preparedness to Implement the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals 2015 Fall Reports of the Auditor General of Canada Report 1—Implementing Gender

Funding Main Page - Status of Women Canada

...Women's Program The objective of the Women's Program is to achieve the full participation of women in the economic, social and democratic life of Canada. Funding is provided to eligible organizations in support of projects at the local, regional and national levels that address the following three priority areas: Ending violence against women and girls

Information Sessions - Applying for Funding through the Women’s Program of Status of Women Canada - Status of Women Canada

..., please e-mail or call the Indigenous Team at Status of Women Canada office to confirm your attendance. E-mail: Telephone: 1-866-599-7259 Teleconference Information Sessions Indigenous Organizations Date: Thursday, October 19th Time: French 10:00 am to 12:00pm (ET) English 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm (ET) Date: Thursday, November 2nd Time: French

Terms and Conditions - Status of Women Canada

... these Practices Any questions, comments, concerns or complaints you may have regarding the administration of the Privacy Act and privacy policies regarding Status of Women Canada's web presence may be directed to our Access to Information and Privacy Coordinator by email to, by calling 819-420-6816 or writing to P.O. Box 8097, Station T CSC

2013-14 Departmental Performance Report - Status of Women Canada

Nov 5, 2014 ... that the Canadian economy as a whole will gain. In this context, the Agency carried out initiatives to promote women’s representation in skilled trades, technical professions and entrepreneurship. Violence against women and girls has no place in our society and our Government is resolute in its commitment to ending it. During the reporting year, Status of Women Canada

Statements - Status of Women Canada

Feb 10, 2016 ...:00] Statement by the Honourable Patty Hajdu, P.C., M.P., Minister of Status of Women at the Head of the Delegation of Canada to the General Assembly of the United Nations - Social, Humanitarian & Cultural – Third Committee [2016-10-17 8:00] Statement by Minister Patty Hajdu on the Occasion of International Day of the Girl [2016-10-11 9:49] Statement

Status of Women Canada Ministerial Transition Book -Child Care and Other Forms of Care - Status of Women Canada

Dec 9, 2015 ...Status of Women Canada Ministerial Transition Book Child Care and Other Forms of Care Background As more Canadian women balance motherhood with an active attachment to the labour market, many families are accessing private forms of child care. Though trends are shifting, mothers are still most likely to be affected by issues of childcare, with the impacts

Planning and Reporting - Status of Women Canada

Sep 9, 2013 ... departments, levels of government, NGOs and the private sector in partnership projects that directly impact the economic and social situation of women. The government will build on this achievement through the development of an Action Plan that will advance the equality of women and girls across Canada through the improvement of their economic and social conditions

Engagement Process - Status of Women Canada

... are most directly affected by gender-based violence, including survivors. Canadians were also given the opportunity to comment through an online survey and via email to Status of Women Canada at What we heard The Government of Canada met with experts/advocates and survivors from across the country to discuss priorities

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