Reports and Toolkits

Quick Links to Reports & Toolkits:

 

Environmental scan report coverDomestic & International Good Practices to Integrate SGBA+ in Health Impact Assessment

This report focuses on practical tools and resources to integrate a sex and gender-based plus analysis (SGBA+) into Health Impact Assessment (HIA). Read the final report and watch the related webinar.

 Disability Inclusion AnalysisCOVID-19 Disability Inclusion Analysis

Conducted in partnership with the DisAbled Women’s Network of Canada (DAWN), this research helps us better understand how diverse people with disabilities in Canada have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic and the effects of government COVID-19 measures on diverse people with disabilities in Canada. Read the final report and fact sheets

 Dangerous DisruptionsReport Series: Dangerous Disruptions

The Dangerous Disruptions Report Series highlights key findings and policy recommendations that emerged from a project aimed at better understanding the impacts of COVID-19 on the day-to-day lives of people living with poverty in small urban and rural communities. Download the reports

 an evolving toolkit for creating inclusive processes, spaces and events

Diversity Through Inclusive Practices

Use this checklist to track which of the recommended inclusion measures you have put in place for your event and which measures you have yet to look after. Note that not all of the inclusion measures listed below may be necessary for your event or activity. This checklist is part of a full report. Report courtesy of FemNorthNet (CRIAW) and DAWN Canada

 Intersectionality and the Experiences of Women with Disabilities

Intersectionality and the Experiences of Women with Disabilities

Women with disabilities play a vital role in changing and challenging "dominant misconceptions in wider society" (page 8), but the report details the many barriers faced by women with disabilities. Key recommendations include the use of intersectionality when planning and providing public services. Download the report: Intersectionality and the Experiences of Women with Disabilities

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Honouring Indigenous Women

The Native Women's Association of Canada (NWAC) has created this toolkit as a resource to address the need to restore honour and respect for Indigenous women, girls and gender diverse people. It identifies many of the changes necessary to achieve reconciliation, healing, respect and honour for Indigenous women, girls and gender diverse people going forward. Report courtesy of NWACDownload the report: Honouring Indigenous Women

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More Promise than Practice: GBA+, Intersectionality and Impact Assessment

Turning to international literature and examples, this project focused on better understanding and responding to the experiences of Indigenous women and Two-Spirit persons, youth, and people with disabilities in resource development and extraction contexts. Download the report: More Promise than Practice: GBA+, Intersectionality and Impact Assessment

 

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Transforming Disability Knowledge, Research and Activism (TDKRA)

This project focuses on engaging women and girls with disabilities in three disadvantaged communities in Hanoi, Thua Thien Hue, and Can Tho of Vietnam in research to build local knowledge and develop activism in support of inclusion. It is funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) from 2016-2020. Download the briefing: Transforming Disability Knowledge, Research and Activism (TDKRA)