[WATCH] The Walrus Leadership Forum: Fuelling the She-covery

What does a post-pandemic recovery for women look like?

An image of The Walrus Leadership Forum: Fuelling the She-covery. There are two silhouettes of women on the right side of the screen, and a play button in the middle. There is a YWCA logo on the upper left side. It also reads: "Fuelling the sh-covery. An international Women's Day conversation on what a post-pandemic recovery looks like for women.

 

What does a post-pandemic recovery for women look like?

During the pandemic, women have been at a higher risk of personal and professional disruption–but strides have been made to encourage a she-covery. Through the passing of $10 a day childcare legislation, recovery plans to bring women back into the workforce, as well as significant changes in what workplaces will look like, what actions is Canada taking to ensure women emerge from this pandemic stronger than before?

Tune in to hear four speakers discuss the state of the she-covery, celebrate the political, economic, and social successes achieved by women, and delve into the work that is still left to be done.

Join YW Calgary and The Walrus on International Women’s Day to debate what a post-pandemic recovery looks like for women.


Alicia Dubois, The Honourable Margaret Norrie McCain, Jake Stika, Leena Yousefi

Remarks by:

  • The Honourable Karina Gould, Minister of Families, Children, and Social Development

Featuring:

  • Alicia Dubois, CEO, Royal British Columbia Museum
  • The Honourable Margaret Norrie McCain, Chair, Margaret and Wallace McCain Family Foundation
  • Jake Stika, Executive Director and Co-founder, Next Gen Men
  • Leena Yousefi, Lawyer and CEO, YLAW

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