Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
snowdrops May 29
Just wondering has anyone else children in 5th & 6th class in primary school being taught a “Gender Equality Matters” pilot course run out of DCU? I’ve just received the notes for it today and I’m a bit speechless
Reply Retweet Like
Natural Resources 3h
only 27% of research scientists at NRCan are women? See what NRCan is doing to address this gender gap and build a diverse workplace:
Reply Retweet Like
Sarah Paquet May 22
I stand for gender equality. Join me and take the .
Reply Retweet Like
Evelyne Guindon May 13
Full house in Ottawa as we celebrate a Day of Action for Gender Equality on Parliament Hill. ⁦⁦⁩ & ⁦⁩ calling fellow trouble makers to make change happen in Vancouver ⁦ ⁦⁦
Reply Retweet Like
Heather McPherson Jun 2
Huge excitement and standing room only at the 🇨🇦 announcement for the !
Reply Retweet Like
Women Igniting Change® Jul 17
Women will no longer be silent or invisible.
Reply Retweet Like
Equality Fund Jun 2
The is made possible thanks to the Government of Canada’s commitment to gender equality.
Reply Retweet Like
Liberal Party Jun 4
A gender equal world is a better world for everyone and together, we can make it a reality for everyone, everywhere.
Reply Retweet Like
Canada in Cambodia May 18
Just 16 days until Canada hosts ! In the meantime, Canada is helping – literally! Here are 3 birthing centres funded by 🇨🇦 in Kampong Thom, Cambodia, offering maternal and child health programs that benefit community health.
Reply Retweet Like
Canada and UNESCO May 19
- We are now just 15 days away from 2019, a global conference on gender equality, which will take place in Vancouver and which will bring together a multitude of voices. We wanted to underline the occasion with a video of our own 👇
Reply Retweet Like
Foreign Policy CAN Apr 25
because being treated equally is the birthright of every single human being. From our feminist foreign policy to our development efforts – as well as trade and security initiatives - is an important pillar of Canada’s diplomacy.
Reply Retweet Like
Global Affairs Canada Jun 5
The Purple Colour Day challenge heats up! teams wear shades of purple to express their commitment toward .
Reply Retweet Like
Canada in Ethiopia May 30
Ambassador highlights Canada’s contribution to advancing gender equality ahead of the 2019 Conference.
Reply Retweet Like
Women, Peace and Security Jun 1
2 days left before . Time to chart ways to advance : When are fully involved in the resolution of conflict and security efforts, sustainable is possible
Reply Retweet Like
Amar Jun 5
See these empty chairs? This is the 3rd time I’ve heard that panelists from “developing” countries were denied visas to enter Canada and attend this conference. Speaks volumes to the already skewed power dynamics of these forums. ?
Reply Retweet Like
Shania Pruden Mar 4
Proud and excited to have been invited to be a member of Canada’s National Committee for ! Let’s make a difference!
Reply Retweet Like
Canada in Ecuador May 24
There are 10 days left until Canada hosts & Ecuador is proud to recognize the daily work of our champion: Veronica Supliguicha. She's dedicated her life to supporting female victims of human trafficking and is a true reminder that
Reply Retweet Like
JustineV Jun 4
Standing ovation for ’s announcement that 🇨🇦 is stepping up and investing $1.4B annually in sexual health and reproductive rights, and maternal health.
Reply Retweet Like
Karina Gould Jun 4
By empowering women and girls with the opportunities they need to grow, thrive, and achieve their potential, we are investing in a strong, growing, and resilient middle class.
Reply Retweet Like
Canada in Germany May 23
Only 11 days to go until the start of Women Deliver in Vancouver, the largest women’s gathering worldwide. In Berlin, we are looking forward to discuss ideas on how to improve Women’s health and rights with , and others tomorrow!
Reply Retweet Like