Girls’ Empowerment Groups — Tools to support group facilitators to promote action on healthy living issues
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- Nancy Poole (British Columbia Centre of Excellence for Women's Health)
- Ginny Gonneau (British Columbia Centre of Excellence for Women's Health)
- Tatiana Fraser (Girls Action Foundation)
- Sydney Millar (Canadian Association for the Advancement of Women and Sport and Physical Activity)
When: Monday, March 25th 2013 at 12:00-1:00PM (EST)
About this webinar:
Girls Action Foundation is launching 3 new backgrounders intended to support the work of facilitators of girls’ empowerment groups, programmers and organizations working with girls and young women. The backgrounders offer current information, resources, practical tools, web-based materials and sample group activities on:
- Girls, Alcohol and Depression
- Girls, Smoking and Stress
- Girls, Physical Activity and Culture
Join in to learn more about these resources and related tools that are grounded in a study of Girls’ Perspectives on Girls’ Groups and Healthy Living (2011)
which explored promising practices in girl-centred health promotion (See English and French reports). These backgrounders were developed in collaboration
with the British Columbia Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health, the Girls Action Foundation and the Canadian Association for the Advancement of Women and Sport and Physical Activity.
Special Note: Please register by March 23rd. Once you register, you will be sent complete instructions for joining on the day, and the number to contact for support. If you have questions or would like more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
About the BCCEWH: The British Columbia Excellence for Women’s Health (BCCEWH) wishes to improve the health of women through innovative research and the development of women-centred programs, practice, and policies. We promote a women-centred approach to the health of girls and women. We partner with local community agencies, provincial initiatives, national organizations, and international agencies to conduct research and/or to exchange knowledge among community members, academic researchers, policy makers, and health care professionals.
About CAAWS: The Canadian Association for the Advancement of Women and Sport and Physical Activity is a national non-profit organization dedicated to increasing opportunities for girls and women to participate and lead in sport and physical activity in Canada. CAAWS provides leadership and education, and builds capacity to foster equitable support, diverse opportunities and positive experiences for girls and women in sport and physical activity.