March4Women 2020

For CARE, March is a time to celebrate, to inspire each other on to greater things, to paint a more vivid picture of how we would all benefit from a world more equal.

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We talk with Emily Wiseman, CARE Canada’s Senior Gender Advisor about the importance of gender empowerment and equality and why we need to keep pushing for more advancements.

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Climate Change Women

The poorest 1 billion people⁠—the majority of which are women and girls⁠—are responsible for just 3% of global greenhouse gas emissions. And yet, when conflict or disaster strikes, women and girls disproportionately face displacement, family separation, and the continual risk of violence.

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We talk with Heather Barnabe, CEO of G(irls)20 about the importance of providing opportunities for women in leadership roles and the impact it has on our communities.

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#March4Women art contes

Are you a creative-type? We want to see women’s leadership depicted through art throughout the month of March as part of our #March4Women campaign! Your work will be featured on our social media platform and you could win a great prize!

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CARE Canada’s President and CEO (Interim) Mara O’Brien James shares CARE’s March4Women campaign to take action for a more equal world. Whether you march or walk or share your voice, you can ensure that the month of March is for women.

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We talk with Bruce MacDonald President & CEO of Imagine Canada about the changing charitable landscape and what that means for governments, non-profits, Canadians and the importance of social good.

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#SheLeadsInCrisis event March 10

Supporting women’s leadership and resilience on the front lines of climate change and humanitarian crises.

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