Everyone Belongs: A Toolkit for Applying Intersectionality
An ice breaker at an intersectionality workshop at the Saskatchewan Intercultural Association for the Embracing the Complexity of Women's Lives Project February 19th, 2009
This toolkit was developed through a collaborative process with CRIAW’s partners for the Embracing the Complexity of Women’s Lives Project, with financial support from the Women’s Program, Status of Women Canada. For this project, CRIAW worked in partnership with the Social Planning Council of Winnipeg, the Social Planning Council of Ottawa and the Saskatchewan Intercultural Association. The toolkit has been shaped through ideas expressed through CRIAW’s workshops and focus groups, which explored the practical applications of intersectcriawionality in relation to policy, programs and services, research, and community education. It is written in plain language and offers practical suggestions and tools for applying this perspective within social justice and community organizations.
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