Feminist International Assistance Policy is a Victory for Advocates 

On 9 June 2017, Minister Bibeau announced Canada’s new Feminist International Assistance Policy, which situates intersectional feminist human rights frameworks at the core of development and humanitarian aid. As well, the new policy directs funding and programs to focus on the most vulnerable and underserved people throughout the world, wherever they may be.

This move to centralize feminist perspectives at the core of Global Affairs is a direct result of coordinated consultation and advocacy from groups like Action Canada for Sexual Health and Rights and the CAPPD. In 2016, [...]