Learning and Knowledge Exchanges
Feminist Intersectional & Structural Violence: A Primer
The Feminist Intersectionality Primer situates women’s experiences of inequality in a broad web of power relations and rooted in systems of power such as racism, classism, ableism, and heterosexism.
A Guide to Building Feminist Intersectional Solidarity
This guide provides a backgrounder, framework, and tips on how to build feminist intersectional solidarity. Feminist intersectional solidarity is a useful framework for creating and growing meaningful, equitable, and supportive networks of feminists, feminist organizations, and feminist movements.
Here Today, Gone Tomorrow: Public Transportation and Vulnerabilities in Rural and Remote Canada
This knowledge synthesis project explores how remote and rural places face a complex array of social, political and economic obstacles in their access to sustainable, accessible, and appropriate public transportation and in exercising mobility rights.
Gender Equality and Intersectional Analysis Toolkit
This toolkit guides feminists in conducting a Gender Equality and Intersectional Analysis, accounting for the interconnected and intersecting nature of systems of power and oppression, and their impacts on diverse women and marginalized people when building projects, campaigns, or policy.
The Rise of the Alt-Right in Canada: A feminist analysis
The Rise of the Alt-Right in Canada: A feminist analysis” looks at the alt-right using an intersectional feminist analysis and focuses on the context in Canada, from its historic roots to its continued proliferation, and outlines collective actions that we can all take to counter the alt-right movement today.