2017 Annual Report

2016-2017 was a busy year for NAWL. The organization submitted a significant multi-year application for Status of Women Canada funding, launched its online Feminist Law Reform course and kept up its work to advance women’s equality through law reform advocacy. L’ANFD a connu une année 2016-2017 particulièrement occupée. L’organisation a en effet présenté une demande […]

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2016 Annual Report

Following Status of Women Minister Patty Hadju’s July, 2016 announcement that advocacy funding would be restored under the Women’s Program, NAWL is cautiously optimistic about the future of the organization. Since our last Annual Report, the NAWL Charitable Trust for Research and Education, with generous support from Shirley Greenberg, completed work on the development of […]

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2013 Annual Report

Message from the National Steering Committee In 2012-2013, NAWL focused the majority of its time on advancing the Women and Law Reform Clinic project that was commenced in 2011, following the completion of a McLean Foundation funded feasibility study and with the financial support from feminist philanthropist Shirley Greenberg. The NAWL clinic was envisioned to […]

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2009 Annual Report

The National Association of Women and the Law (NAWL), founded in 1974, is a not-for-profit feminist organization that promotes the equality rights of women through legal education, research, and law reform advocacy. We recognize that each woman’s experience of inequality is unique due to systemic discrimination related to race, class, sexual orientation, disability, age, language, […]

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2004 Annual Report

Message from the National Steering Committee The last fiscal year, 2003/2004, was again a busy one for the National Association of Women and the Law. Most significantly, perhaps, we took some time to reflect on the future directions of NAWL. Legislatures are constantly introducing and revising statutes that affect women’s equality interests, which makes it […]

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