The Foundation approved a grant to the Legal Information and Resource Network to support law library access and innovation across Ontario.
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New web resource for people facing workplace sexual harassment
The Canadian Women’s Foundation and Aftermetoo partnered to develop a comprehensive online public legal education resource for people facing workplace sexual harassment.
Responsive Call for Applications
Call for applications information and application form to apply to the Responsive program
Due date: April 11, 2023
Grant amounts: $10,000 to $250,000
Responsive grants enable community-focused legal navigation and supports
The Foundation granted over $1.8M to fund 25 Responsive grants in 2022.
National resource guides people through refugee determination process
Kinbrace recently launched My Refugee Claim, a national resource to help refugee claimants navigate Canada’s refugee protection process.
2022-2023 Public Interest Articling Fellowship participants
Meet the 2022-2023 Public Interest Articling Fellowship participants: Daniel Marin, Amanda LaBorde, Ayesha Adamjee, Stacey Seward, Vivian Sim, Gabrielle (Gabby) C. Aquino, Amy Hill, Kienna Shkopich-Hunter.
Video series on 2SLGBTQI+ family planning
With a $14K Responsive grant from the Foundation, Egale produced an informational video series on the legal rights, opportunities, and challenges of 2SLGBTQI+ people staring a family in Ontario.
$656K added to Catalyst grants to help with inflationary pressures
Responding to the extraordinary inflationary pressures faced by grantees, the Foundation is making a one-time 5% granting increase to its current Catalyst grants.
2021-2022 PIAF articling highlights
We asked our 2021-2022 Public Interest Articling Fellowship participants to share some highlights of their articling experience. Here is some of what they shared.
Youth an emergent trend of latest community-driven grants
We granted just over $1.3M for 22 new Responsive grants, and youth were an emergent trend of these community-driven projects