CFUW encourages its members to use their expertise to bring about change, with particular reference to women’s issues such as violence against women, early learning and child care, education, economic prosperity and the empowerment of women as leaders and decision-makers. CFUW also works on a global level for the adoption and implementation of international agreements that will protect and benefit all women and girls.
You don’t have to be a front line worker to take action on big issues important to women and Canadians. There are many ways that you can contribute to the wellbeing of Canadians and promote equality, social justice, fellowship and life-long learning for women and girls. You can become an advocate for women’s rights: in your community, by supporting organizations and campaigns, and urging leaders to take action!
CFUW demonstrates that women working together can be a powerful source of change. Our network of clubs across Canada are working within their local communities to help build a more equitable world…
CFUW encourages its members to use their expertise to bring about change, with particular reference to our national priorities on violence against women and girls, Indigenous peoples’ rights, early learning and child care, long-term care, and climate change.
CFUW believes in the importance of advancing gender equality worldwide. We have a long tradition of advocating for the education, equality and health of women and girls worldwide. CFUW monitors and reports to UN Committees and…