As Canada begins to move toward a post-pandemic world, many are still left facing the aftermath of the pandemic – particularly racialized women. “In lots of ways, people have called it the women’s pandemic,” said Andrea Gunraj, vice-president of public engagement at the Canadian Women’s Foundation. Research shows that marginalized women with intersectional identities have encountered unique and difficult struggles both throughout the pandemic and in pandemic recovery. As we continue forward, we must ask:
“What support is needed to form an inclusive pandemic recovery plan?”
From February to May of 2022, we at the York Region Women’s Foundation (YRWF) reached out to Black and South Asian women to ask what they needed for an inclusive COVID-19 recovery.
Here’s what they had to say…
The Her Say Her Way snapshot provides an overview of the key findings in both the experiences of diverse Black and South Asian women and the resources they need to recover.
Read the full report here.
Join the York Region Women’s Foundation as we move toward an inclusive pandemic recovery!
- Read the Her Say Her Way report
- Take the pledge (as an individual or organization)
- Share the Her Say Her Way Pledge on social media and with friends and family
For government organizations, corporate workplaces, non-profits, policy makers and everyone in between. Show your organization’s dedication to an inclusive recovery with the Her Say Her Way Pledge.
You don’t have to be affiliated with an organization to make a change! Everyone has a part to play in inclusive pandemic recovery.
Share the Her Say Her Way pledge via social media using one of our premade social media graphics, or start a conversation about inclusive pandemic recovery in your own way using the #HSHW2022 and #InclusivePandemicRecovery hashtags!