All of CRIAW-ICREF’s work flows from an overarching goal to provide tools and information to organizations and activists taking action to advance social justice and equality for all women.
CRIAW-ICREF researches and documents the social and economic situation of women in Canada, using intersectional feminist frameworks, for social justice and equality for all women.
The Feminist Word (The F-Word) magazine features the voices of young women across Canada by showcasing their thoughtful and creative words and art. This CRIAW-ICREF publication is widely distributed in print and online.
We accept submissions to the F-Word year long! Learn how to submit your written work or artwork and to learn more about the upcoming edition.
CRIAW-ICREF has a long history of doing research, policy analysis and education on feminist intersectionality and Gender Based Analysis Plus (GBA+). We develop tools for feminist intersectional analysis for community-based women’s organizations and other equity-seeking groups, as well as provide research and training services on GBA+ and intersectionality.
CRIAW-ICREF administers two Scholarship Funds, established in memory of Marta Danylewycz and Barbara Roberts. Proposals are accepted in the Spring of each year.