Check here for a list of selected events for feminist enthusiasts and changemakers:
Become a Neibourlytics Launch City
The Launch Cities program enables Local Government Areas to build a data asset to help your council better understand key dimensions of wellbeing at the local level and empower your team to make better decisions. Neighbourlytics invites Local Government Areas to apply to join our 6-month program to establish a wellbeing analytics baseline assessment for your municipality, using Neighbourlytics’ proprietary Social Prosperity Standard, as well as building a data asset to help your council answer pressing questions using social data.
Expression of Interest open until October 11, 2019
1300 922 992
Info & link to apply here.
In Her Voice: Healing, Resistance, and Resilience
Authors Joanne Vannicola and Kate Armstrong will be participating in a panel discussion about their new books, All We Knew But Couldn’t Say and The Stone Frigate: The Royal Military College’s First Female Cadet Speaks Out. Moderator, Farzana Doctor, will be exploring the synchronicity and similarity of experience between two women breaking into male dominated fields that seem worlds apart. A book signing will conclude the event.
October 4, 2019
6:30 – 8:00 PM
Ben McNally Books
366 Bay Street
G Day is a one-day event designed to celebrate and empower girls* age 10 to 12 as they take their first steps on the journey toward adulthood. G Day supports the development of positive self-esteem and healthy peer and family relationships in a community context and includes parents and other supportive adults in girls’ lives.*G Day welcomes female-identified youth approximately age 10-12
October 19, 2019
9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Artscape Daniels Launchpad
130 Queens Quay East – East Wing, 4th floor
Cost: FREE – $25
Info and tickets here.
Talking Back Feminist Media Conference
Shameless will host the first ever Talking Back Feminist Media Conference. Shameless is currently looking for volunteer steering committee members, presenters, exhibitors, and casual volunteers, to help us envision and bring to life the most exciting and wonderful gathering we can. No experience necessary! This conference is funded by the Toronto Arts Council.
November 16, 17
Toronto Media Arts Centre
32 Lisgar Street
Cost: Various pricing
Get involved and learn more here.
2-Day Bootcamp: Financing Your Growing Business
WEConnect International has partnered with Moody’s Corporation to develop a Bootcamp that offers in-person, market-specific creditworthiness training and supportive financial insight for women business owners. The Canadian Women’s Chamber of Commerce (CanWCC), is coordinating this Bootcamp on behalf of their partner, WEConnect International. Catered breakfast and lunch is included on both days.
October 3 & 4, 2019
8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
200 Wellington Street West
Portia’s Julius Caesar
Named one of the top shows of 2018 by the Toronto Starafter its summer premiere, Portia’s Julius Caesar is an unapologetically feminist take on Shakespeare’s classic account of political upheaval. Through the eyes of a Roman wife, Portia’s Julius Caesar uses a mix of new words and rich poetry from over 20 of Shakespeare’s works to explore the role of women in class storytelling, ancient Roman society, and politics.
November 20, 22, 23, and 30, 2019
Hart House Theatre
Get tickets here.
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