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September 1, 2017
Joining Northern Women & Unions for Sustainable Development - A Workshop Guide This workshop guide aims to strengthen relationships between communities and labour unions through inclusive dialogue about community development and creative actions that promote understanding and positive change.
May 5, 2015
Thompson Women's Empowerment Workshop Guide FemNorthNet's BluePrints project asked the question: How can we help northern women develop the leadership skills needed to influence local decision making about economic development? What our network realized was that in order to be effective leaders, women first needed to be empowered. In Thompson, Manitoba empowerment meant each woman understanding who she was, what she wanted in life, and being given the self-care and practical life tools to get there.
Download the workshop guide today to adapt it, build on it, and use it to forward women's leadership in your community!
December 8, 2014
Social Media for Community Action: Collaborate, Communicate, & Coordinate with Free Online Tools Learn how to organize around issues that matter to you using our newest guide: "Social Media for Community Action".

As part of the Claiming Our Place project in Happy Valley - Goose Bay, local women used social media to connect and discuss their concerns about the Lower Churchill hydroelectric dam project. Their concerns, which were not receiving coverage in the mainstream media, were gathered to share with those involved with the dam development. Findings from this social media project were also presented at the ArcticNet 2014 Conference in Ottawa.
November 25, 2014
Community, Crisis, and Restructuring in Canada: An Intersectional Approach - Course Outline/Syllabus The Community, Crisis and Restructuring in Canada: An Intersectional Approach course syllabus is designed to be used as a starting point for academics wishing to incorporate an intersectional examination of political economy into their own course material or research. These articles have been carefully selected to provide an in-depth look into the issues surrounding community, crisis, colonialism and global capitalism. The selection includes articles from all over the world as well as many from North American sources.
November 25, 2014
Community, Crisis, and Restructuring in Canada: An Intersectional Approach - Abstract List The Community, Crisis and Restructuring in Canada: An Intersectional Approach abstract list includes summaries of each article referenced in the course syllabus. These are designed for readers seeking an introduction to some of the diverse research analyzing Canadian political economy in general, and women’s experiences of restructuring in the North in particular. The abstracts are listed alphabetically by authors' last names.
April 25, 2014
Diversity Through Inclusive Practice Toolkit In partnership with DAWN-RAFH Canada (The DisAbled Women’s Network of Canada), the Community Inclusions and Exclusions theme group has produced a toolkit to assist individuals and organizations with planning and carrying out inclusive processes and events. Based on shared knowledge, the Toolkit provides practical suggestions for creating spaces that are inclusive of all people, regardless of age, ability, ethno-cultural background, indigenous heritage, sexual orientation, or place of origin. Note that this is an evolving document that will be updated and added to in order to keep it current in the years to come.
April 25, 2014
Diversity Through Inclusive Practice - Toolkit Checklist Checklist document that accompanies our "Diversity through Inclusive Practice" toolkit.
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