Vancouver Status of Women

Vancouver Status of Women is a 44 year-old organization that works with women to ensure our full participation in the social, political and economic life of our communities in the profound belief that women's self-determination is a crucial step towards a just and responsible society. 

United Nations New Urban Agenda

Habitat III was the first United Nations global summit after the adoption of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Sustainable Development Goals. It offered a unique opportunity to discuss the important challenge of how cities, towns, and villages are planned and managed in order to fulfill their role as drivers of sustainable development and, hence, shape the implementation of new global development and climate change goals.

Radical Access Mapping Project

RAMP consists of three main focuses: accessibility auditing / consulting, video/film captioning, and personal reflections on ableism, accessibility, intersections. 

Truth and Reconcilliation: Calls to Action

In order to redress the legacy of residential schools and advance the process of Canadian reconciliation, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission makes the following calls to action.

The Anti-Oppression Network

The Anti-Oppression Network is a coalition of individuals, grassroots groups, and community organizations dedicated to grounding our work towards liberation in the principles of decolonization, anti-oppression and intersectionality.

Reciprocal Consulting

An Indigenous-led consulting company that strives to create strategic products to meet diverse clients’ needs, and to develop relevant culturally responsive research.

Check Your Head

Check Your Head: the Youth Global Education Network (CYH) is a youth-driven not-for-profit organization founded in 1999 and based in Vancouver, British Columbia, on unceded Coast Salish territories.

They provide education, resources, training and support for youth to live as engaged, independent and active citizens within local and global communities. Main activities include workshops, training, supporting youth-led actions, and engaging youth volunteers.

Provincial Report on Migrant Workers' Needs

British Columbia receives the third largest number of migrant workers in the country, after Ontario and Alberta. No legislation has been passed to address these workers’ vulnerability and enhance protections.

Teacher Resources on Immigrant and Refugee Communities

The Association of BC Teachers of English as an Additional Language (BC TEAL) invites all English as Additional Language (EAL) classrooms across Canada to incorporate activities and webinars developed for Refugee Rights Day.

Battered Women's Support Services

Battered Women’s Support Services provides education, advocacy, and support services to assist all women in its aim to work towards the elimination of violence and to work from a feminist perspective that promotes equality for all women.

Citizens for Accessible Neighbourhoods

CAN works to support full inclusion within communities through education, promotion, and advocacy. Through our website CAN strives to improve access to information for people with disabilities and those within their support systems. 

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