Virtual workshop on women's health and well-being
Learn about the Women's Health and Wellness Action Plan 2020-2024 and take the opportunity to network with other organizations working to improve women's health and well-being.
does a specific action plan for women's health and well-being really exist?
The answer is YES! After 5 years of expectations and pressure from feminist groups, the Ministry of Health and Social Services has launched its Action Plan for Women's Health and Well-being 2020-2024. However, several blind spots and several questions of clarification were raised.
what does it means for women's groups?
The Women's Health and Well-Being Action Plan presents the MSSS's perception of the directions to be taken in women's health, specifically:
- The state of women's health and well-being;
- Priority issues in women's health and well-being;
- What has been achieved in women's health and well-being in the community;
- The measures to be implemented in order to respond to the prioritized issues.
It is therefore legitimate to ask ourselves the following question: Do these directions align with the field needs identified by women's groups and their reality?
During this workshop, you will have the opportunity to:
→ Become familiar with the Women's Health and Wellness Action Plan 2020-2024;
→ Explore some of the blind spots and avenues of analysis from an intersectional feminist perspective;
→ Reflect collectively on what women's health and well-being means to us as feminist groups.
🚫 No preparation necessary!
🧰 For those interested, visit our website to learn more about the action plan: https://www.tgfm.org/fr/nos-publications/107
Join us in this fight to improve women's health and well-being and eliminate all forms of discrimination in health and social services.
April 20th, 2022 from 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM
- TGFM's regular members (work staff, board members, women's health and rights committee members)
- TGFM's allied/individual members
I am not a member, but I would like to participate
If you are not a member, but your group works with women, has organizational expertise or experiential knowledge in women's health and well-being, you could attend the workshop.
Write to Catherine Lévesque to validate your registration: firstname.lastname@example.org
See you soon!