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Get involved in the community

Get involved in the community

It is a major national mobilization campaign that unites all areas of community action across Quebec. It calls for a more fair society where the rights of individuals are fully respected. The campaign continues and calls on organizations to renew their membership. To do so, you must adopt a resolution in your general bodies (board of directors, general meeting, etc.) then complete the short form. My organization is participating in the campaign.

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A campaign against sexual violence and harassment experienced by women in their homes.

A campaign against sexual violence and harassment experienced by women in their homes.

A campaign against sexual violence and harassment experienced by women in their homes.

This campaign was created as an initiative of the Center for Education and Action for Women (CÉAF), given that the reality of female victims of violence in their housing by their owners, janitors, building managers, or even co-roomers is particularly invisible, as these acts are committed in private spaces.  https://www.frapru.qc.ca/violencesfemmeslogement/

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CUTE campaign for paid work placements

CUTE campaign for paid work placements

The site of the Unitary Committees on Student Work (CUTE) campaign, which aims to recognize studies as intellectual work deserving of a salary and suitable conditions.

https://www.travailetudiant.org/

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Feminist poster campaign Stop street harassment!

Feminist poster campaign Stop street harassment!

Illustrated by cartoonist  Sophie Bédard, , the campaign consists of four posters illustrating different situations of street harassment experienced by a wide range of women. We invite you to download, , print, and distribute them!

If you have experienced harassment in public places or public transport (being followed, insulting, whistling, threatening, remarks about your physical appearance, insistent stares, touching, indecent exposure, etc.) and want to participate in research that documents its impacts? Take note of this call to action.

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