Social Issues | March 2020  
Every Woman's Place for Support, Connections and Community.
Select Women's Centre Services Still Available Remotely

Staff and volunteers are still available to offer some supports to women by phone. We can currently assist women  with food bank referrals and peer support, as well as legal advice over the phone. For a full list of available services please visit our website, here

Please call us at: 
403-264-1155 
Monday - Thursday, 
9:30 A.M. - 3:30 P.M. 

We are also available  by  email and through Facebook Messenger
 
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Other Covid-19 Support Resources

The Women's Centre  is Going Virtual 

Stay tuned to the Women's Centre's  website, newsletter and social  media feeds for details on how  to access connections and learning  opportunities remotely. Some  of our workshops will resume  online by mid-April. 

Artists in Residence will be  featuring their work via Facebook  and our website, and Women  Lead YYC will be hosting virtual  alumni meet ups starting April 7  to connect and support one  another. 

For more details, contact our  Learning Program Coordinator, Monique

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Gender (In)Equality: Pre-Pandemic

 
In Focus: Gender and Inequalities in the Times of Coronavirus




"In Canada, the pandemic will hit people facing intersecting forms of discrimination the hardest: Indigenous women, racialized women, newcomers, women with disabilities, lone parents. [...] For our response to the COVID-19 outbreak is to be effective, and not reproduce or perpetuate inequality, we need to ensure the issues that impact vulnerable communities do not - as they so often can during crises - get shoved aside." 
 

Unlike the financial crash of 2008, this downturn will likely lead to more job losses for women in the US, according to new research. But long-term benefits are also possible, if flexible work arrangements become more acceptable and cultural norms shift around the division of child care. 
 
A global perspective on the gender pay gap, warning that advances in closing the worldwide gap are at risk of being reversed by the coronavirus.

 
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Miscellaneous

We would like to acknowledge that the Women's Centre is situated on the traditional
 
territories of the Treaty 7 First Nations people and is also home to M├ętis Nation of Alberta, Region III.