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Ici à la fondation Filles d'action, nous croyons profondément au partage des connaissances. C'est en partageant notre expertise sur les programmes des filles et des jeunes femmes que nous nous assurons que le travail pour rendre leur monde meilleur ne s'arrête jamais.

Dans cette section, vous trouverez des enregistrements de webinaires que nous avons produits dans le passé, et des informations sur nos webinaires à venir. Ces conférences en ligne, souvent présentées par des experts dans le domaine, abordent une variété de sujets qui sont pertinents pour le travail des programmeurs. De plus, nous partageons notre série d'infographiques intitulée «Pourquoi les filles?», qui expose des chiffres sur les questions qui touchent les filles au Canada. Enfin, notre riche Centre de ressources met à votre disposition toutes nos publications sur les filles et les jeunes femmes.

 

WEBINARS

CENTRE DE RESSOURCES

Filles d'action a développé une série de publications et de ressources pour les programmeuses de jeunes filles et les jeunes leaders qui peuvent être consultés et téléchargés en ligne. Parcourez notre centre de ressources et vous trouverez:

  • Des documents d'information sur des sujets tels que les médias et la culture populaire, le leadership, la santé sexuelle et la prévention de la violence

  • Matériel de formation (Manuels, Guides et Fiches) sur la conception d'espaces et de programmes pour les filles

  • Zines produits pour et par des jeunes femmes sur des questions telles que l'immigration, les arts médiatiques pour le changement social, l'organisation locale, la politique publique

  • Compilations de recherche sur les réalités des filles et des jeunes femmes dans divers contextes sociaux au Canada

  • Des ressources multimédias et interactives comme des infographies et des vidéos

WEBINAIRES

March 30, 2016

PERSPECTIVES SCOLAIRES ET ÉCONOMIQUES DES FILLES : UNE RÉFLEXION SUR LES OBSTACLES ET LES MOYENS DE SOUTENIR LEUR AUTODÉTERMINATION

Chaque fille a le droit de pouvoir tracer le parcours de vie qu’elle désire, ce qui inclut des études satisfaisantes, un emploi épanouissant et une stabilité économique. Pourtant, les filles ne sont toujours pas sur un pied d’égalité avec les garçons. De nombreuses filles se heurtent à des obstacles importants, dont la violence et les problèmes de santé physique et mentale, tels que l’anxiété et la faible estime de soi. Ces obstacles posent des défis de taille en ce qui a trait aux perspectives d’éducation et d’emploi.
 
Dans ce webinaire, la Fondation filles d’action partage dans un premier temps les résultats et réflexions de ses recherches sur les obstacles à l’autodétermination des filles, puis dans un deuxième temps, son expérience et ses pratiques concrètes relatives à l’organisation d’une journée des métiers pour filles.

March 22, 2016

STORYTELLING RESILIENCE: NARRATING HOME WITH NEWCOMER COMMUNITIES

Story has often been relegated to the realm of the irrational, imaginative and fiction; while history is known as the realm of the rational, reasonable and intellectual. For those of us with experiences in places where stories come as often as food, storytelling is the way we have learned to both retain experiences and celebrate them. Join Hawa Y. Mire on March 22, 2016 on an upcoming webinar to learn practical tips and techniques on how to excavate untold experiences through story. 

February 09, 2016

ENTREPRENEURSHIP AS A PATH TOWARDS PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL EMPOWERMENT FOR TEENAGE GIRLS

Thinking of entrepreneurs as purely profit-loving beings has kept many educators at bay from introducing entrepreneurship as a viable professional path to youth. Furthermore, it is difficult for the general public to think of local and, even less so, female entrepreneurs who could serve as models for young girls and boys. Studies have shown that women tend to start businesses and develop their own projects less than men do and, often, later than men do. The average age of a woman starting her own business is between 34 and 44 whereas male business owners retire at 47. Taking into consideration all these factors, several Carrefour jeunesse-emploi in Montreal came together with the goal of reaching young girls in order to highlight that entrepreneurship is not just for boys and about making money. It is about knowing what ignites you and pushes you forward so that you have a positive impact on your life and on the world around you. Glambition, from the words glamand ambition, is a day dedicated to showcasing a diversity of entrepreneurial women and their stories of perseverance, self-confidence and collaboration, proving that ambition is glamorous, even though it is not all about popularity and money.

December 09, 2015

“IT’S 2015” AND OTHER REASONS FOR GENDER TRANSFORMATIVE HEALTH PROMOTION PROGRAMMING FOR GIRLS

Girls and young women across Canada face unique challenges in matters of health and health promotion. So how can we improve health promotion for girls? What is men's and boys’ influence on girls and women's health? This webinar will introduce girl programmers and community workers to an innovative approach to creating health promotion activities and programs for girls while working towards gender equity.

November 17, 2015

KNOWING OUR HERSTORIES: ROOTING OURSELVES IN LATINX FEMINISMS

The Latin American/Latinx Feminisms course creates a space for Latinx cis and trans women and non-binary folks to learn about their herstories and discuss experiences at the intersections of systems of oppression related to facets of identity such as race, class, gender, and sexual orientation. It also serves as a "training" for MUJER volunteers, staff, and Board, where we learn and reflect on Latinx womyn traditions of feminisms, what feminism means to us, and how this can inform our feminist organizing through community building. In this webinar, Carolina Rios will give us an introduction to this unique course on Latinx Feminisms.

April 09, 2015

GROUP THERAPY: OVERCOMING BARRIERS TO HEALING FROM SEXUAL ASSAULT

In this webinar, Kim Melnyk (Case Manager) and Karen Wilson (Youth Therapist) from the Laurel Center will speak about their experience running 2 therapeutic groups for women ages 16-24. The groups focused on the dynamics of healthy relationships, parenting relationships and healthy attachments. The presenters will discuss the participants’ experiences and responses to addressing the many barriers encountered in their lives. 

April 09, 2015

HOW TO GET YOUR COMMUNITY INVOLVED IN YOUR GIRLS’ PROGRAM

In this presentation, Zeeta from the Black Community Resource Center of Montreal (BCRC) will share with us how to get different stakeholders from the community involved in a girls’ program. Based on the latest BCRC project, part of the Taking Hold program, where girls created an artistic project with the support of their community’s teachers, organizations, artists, and an advisory community, Zeeta will share tools and promising practices from this project!

February 26, 2015

LOOK AGAIN: GROUP DYNAMICS THROUGH A FEMINIST LENS

When people get together and work with one another (whether informally or in structured organizations) what power dynamics arise? Do our current models and practices of organizational and professional development take power dynamics into account? How do we, as groups that are passionate about issues of gender and power, use a feminist lens when considering our organizational growth? 

February 05, 2015

PAR ET POUR : PRATIQUES GAGNANTES POUR DES PROGRAMMES POUR LES FILLES

Comment être garante du Par et Pour? Comment impliquer les jeunes dans la lutte contre la violence faite aux femmes? Qu'est-ce que les jeunes en pensent? La Fédération de la jeunesse franco-ontarienne (FESFO) présentera une historique de leur travail et partagera son approche et ses pratiques gagnantes.

January 22, 2015

CONSENT AND SEXUAL ASSAULT: A RIGHTS-BASED APPROACH

Consent, sexual assault, and how to effectively engage and educate youth on these issues is the subject of much public debate at this moment, arising particularly (and unfortunately) out of many high profile media stories over the past year. West Coast LEAF is a feminist non-profit organization that uses the law to advance women’s equality with a goal of creating systemic change.

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