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
Women in Cities International (WICI) Position: Volunteer or Internship Reports to: Executive Director Location: Montreal, Quebec Status: Part-time or full-time, volunteer or internship Purpose: WICI is an exchange network for various partners concerned with gender equality issues and the
Female Students’ Perceptions and Experiences of Safety at McGill By Arianne Kent, WICI Research Assistant and Cofounder of Right to Campus This research paper was born of my desire to investigate how female university students navigate public space within the
April 14, 2017 By: Hannah McCasland Last year, Women in Cities International produced a short video,“Let’s Talk About Street Harassment”, spearheaded by volunteer Kate Ellis for International Anti Street Harassment Week. The video included interviews with people all over Montreal, in
Zones of Exception: Queer Singapore By Karlene Ooto-Stubbs, Volunteer Research Assistant The overlap and interlay between neoliberal economic policies and urban space spell unique and complex outcomes for those who are marginalized in any society. Women, people of color
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