Action-research encompasses participatory and empowering ways of gathering information, and considers women and girls to be experts in their own sense of safety. It focuses not only on the results, but also on the process of doing research. WICI’s Research
WICI develops and implements innovative programming for making cities safer and more inclusive of all women and girls. WICI’s programmes are globally united but locally led, working with women’s organisations to respond to local priorities. WICI’s Programming Right to Campus
WICI has provided technical assistance to international agencies in the development of curriculum, tools, research and programs. WICI focuses on providing accessible “how-to” guidance on the process for creating safe cities and communities for women and girls. WICI’s Technical Assistance
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By: Hannah McCasland 2 November 2017 This is a post about the personal experiences and interests that led me to get involved at Women in Cities International and how this relates to a project I help out with, love, and
Women in Cities International (WICI) is now accepting applications for board members. WICI is an exchange network for various partners concerned with gender equality issues and the place of women in cities on the five continents. Our offices are based
Female Representation in Canada’s Parliament: the Rural-Urban Divide from 2006 to 2015 By Miranda Sculthorp, WICI research assistant Despite significant gains in equality for women over the last century, women are still underrepresented in elected governments around the world.
By Leah Schulli & Madelyne Beckles, curators of Area Codes Area Codes was an art exhibition on March 23rd, 2017 consisting of 12 female artists based in cities all over Canada and internationally. The aim of show was to bring the