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Just submitted! NCWC and CFUW (Canadian Federation of University Women) have jointly submitted a document in preparation for the Universal Periodic Review.
A report has been prepared by delegate Rosemary Mallory on the ICW-CIF Triennial Assembly in Seoul, Korea, held September 17 - 22nd, 2012.
National Council of Women of Canada signs historic Joint Declaration with the Native Women's Association, and the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs. We invite your support. You can see the contents and background on the Declaration, and sign on here. or e-mail email@example.com. To download a copy of the Declaration, click here.
National Council of Women of Canada and the National Council of Women of Canada Education Fund announces the 2 year Common Program - Women and Mental Health. We will be adding more content here.
The 2009 Annual Meeting of the National Council of Women of Canada was held in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. We dealt with Resolutions (now available on our Policy Listing section) on a range of issues, and participated in some special events, including the Opening Reception at the EA Rawlinson Centre for the Arts.Twenty one Prince Albert women were recognized for their outstanding contribution to enhancing the quality of life for residents of the Prince Albert community and the Province of Saskatchewan. Later at the Annual Meeting, NCWC and NCWC Education Fund sponsored Andrew Nikiforuk, who gave an excellent Power Point presentation on the "Tar Sands: Dirty Oil and the Future of a Continent". You can see this presentation here.
The National Council of Women of Canada has ECOSOC status with the United Nations, and had representation at the recent meetings of the Commission on the Status of Women. This year, the theme was the 15 year review of the Beijing Platform for Action. NCWC was present for the meeting of the Commission from February 28 to March 12 - you can read more at the Blog , done by the NCWC Representative.
Our Correspondence section has been updated with correspondence to the government on a range of topics, including human trafficking, cluster munitions, a National Water Stragegy, stun guns, gun control, landmines, climate change, BENS Delicatessen-Restaurant, Nuclear Power Plants and much more!
The Final Report on the Common Program (2005-2007) WATER is now complete, by Vice President Gracia Janes, and available in our Reports Section. Recently added is a book report on "Eau Canada : The Future of Canada’s Water", Edited by Karen Bakker. As well you will find the presentations by the panelists at the AGM in Regina, and a review of the Panel by Elizabeth Fleming, Environment Convener.
The Councils and Membership section is now linked to a plan developed by Manulife Financial, as a service to those members who are not covered by a group health plan or are not satisfied with their current health coverage (available as a service to NCWC members, and members of Nationally Organized Societies.)
The Policy section has been updated, and now includes the Resolutions as approved by NCWC, up to and including 2010. The 2010 Annual Brief, sent to Government and Opposition Parties, is also available in our Briefs section.
We've just added an archives section to our website that is under construction.