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Winnipeg has been selected as the first city in Canada to join the UN Global Safe Cities Initiative to reduce sexual violence against women and girls. The Safe Cities Initiative will generate innovative approaches to preventing and reducing harassment and sexual violence against women and girls in public spaces. Manitoba Status of Women is partnering with UN Women, representatives from the Winnipeg Police Board, Winnipeg Police Service and community groups on this initiative. This steering committee will identify which locations in Winnipeg require targeted efforts to address this serious crime.
December 10, 2013 - Winnipeg Joins UN Safe Cities Global Initiative
October 11th of each year is an opportunity to recognize and celebrate the rights of girls in Manitoba and across the globe. To mark 2014’s United Nations International Day of the Girl, Manitoba Status of Women is launching a new edition of its educational resource for girls, 4 Girls Only!
4 Girls Only! is a colourful, fun, and fact-filled guide for girls across Manitoba in grades 6 to 8 that explores real-life issues that Manitoba girls have told us are important to them. Topics included in this revised guide include empowerment, healthy relationships, education, community engagement and the celebration of diversity. This new and refreshed guide also includes a directory of resources that girls can access for assistance with their particular needs.
We hope that this new version of 4 Girls Only! will be useful in your work. Please consider ordering of copies of the guide, free of charge, to share with young women in your community. Please note that we may limit the number of copies ordered per organization/school.
If you have any questions or would like to order hard copies, please contact the Manitoba Status of Women office at (204) 945-6281 or 1-800-263-0234, or by e-mail at email@example.com.
Manitoba Status of Women was pleased to partner with the International Association of Women Police (IAWP) Training Conference organisers and the Federal-Provincial-Territorial Status of Women Forum to support “Advancing Women in Policing at All Levels: A Discussion Forum.” As part of the 52nd annual IAWP Training Conference, this dynamic forum brought together leading minds currently working to support and advance the participation of women in policing. Panelists discussed best practices and strategies for engaging women in policing occupations at all levels.
Manitoba Status of Women is pleased to release the discussion document: Women and Policing in Canada: A Status Brief and Discussion Paper.