Read the proposal by NAWL and the Canadian Research Institute for the Advancement of Women (CRIAW) to stabilize women’s groups during the COVID-19 crisis.read the proposal
In August 2017, NAWL received funding from Status of Women Canada (now Women and Gender Equality Canada) to implement a three-year project to increase women’s capacities to meaningfully engage in the law making process.
Since then, NAWL has been leading feminist advocacy with decision-makers on current federal law reform issues. We have also joined in solidarity with, and supported the work of, a range of feminist and equality-seeking organizations, networks and coalitions, working together on a wide range of women’s rights issues.
We have been updating and developing resources and tools to support current and emerging feminist law reformers. By convening workshops and consultations across the country to strengthen women’s capacities and commitment to engage in the law making process at the federal level, we are building a diverse and inclusive network of lawyers, students, service providers, academics, activists and allies.our work
We developed this bilingual online course to equip law students, social justice advocates and community groups with resources and tips on how to engage in feminist law reform to advance women’s equality rights.take the FLR 101 course