CRIAW has, for some years now, been engaged in a process of reconsidering mainstream approaches to questions of social and economic justice, particularly the ways in which feminist lenses are applied to government policies. One case in point is gender-based analysis (GBA). Over the last ten years, the Canadian government and many women’s and social justice organizations have adopted GBA to address the differential impact of policies and programs on women and men.
IFFs seek to validate and acknowledge the efforts of marginalized women and men to bring about change.
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