PCVWH: Register for our Mar 8th webinar
Please join us in the last of our four part series of virtual panel discussions focused on defining the challenges we face, identifying some solutions, and connecting with decision makers. You’ll have an opportunity to hear from activists, academics, elected officials, and decision-makers from coast-to-coast-to -coast about why elevating the voices of women and gender diverse people is essential work for all of us who care about housing. Please plan to join us, and share this invitation with decision-makers, activists, women and gender-diverse people in your network!
Action: Successful advocacy campaigns centred on lived experience and effective coalition-building
Wednesday March 8
12 PM PST // 1 PM MST // 2 PM CST // 3 PM EST // 4 PM AST
To watch any of our previous webinars, please visit our Webinars page.
About Pan-Canadian Voice for Women’s Housing
The Pan-Canadian Voice for Women’s Housing (PCVWH) is a national project focused on ensuring housing policies across Canada include and prioritize women and children. We host an annual symposium to give women a space to discuss changes they’d like to see to housing policies at the local, regional and national level. Since our first symposium in 2017, we’ve encouraged intersectional and inclusive participation.
We’ve successfully facilitated urgent and timely discussions, which have inspired our flagship Calls to Actions. We’ve also made important recommendations to the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC), which have helped with the development of the National Housing Strategy. For more information, please visit pcvwh.ca
About the She. They. Us. Campaign
She. They. Us is a new campaign launched by Pan-Canadian Voice for Women’s Housing to strengthen and amplify the voices of women and gender diverse people with lived experience of inadequate housing as advocates for better housing for households led by women and gender diverse people across Canada. As we embark on this work, we are inviting you to join us to find out how you can make a difference as a champion for women and gender diverse people. Click here for more information about the campaign.