International Day of the Girl
All Things Being Equal
Whistler’s Celebration of International Day of the Girl
All Thing Being Equal
Date: Monday, October 7
Location: Maury Young Arts Centre
Time: Doors @ 6pm, Show @ 6:45pm – 9pm
In celebration of International Day of the Girl, three diverse, speakers explore equality for girls’ in Canada and around the world in celebration of International Day of the Girl.
Meet the Speakers:
Ahalya Satkunaratnam, Ph.D., Contemporary Cultural Studies, Quest University of Canada
Exploring Equality: What does gender equality mean and how does this term shape our understanding of feminism, empowerment, and progress?
Kiana Alexander, Raven Institute, Director of Emerging Leader Programming
How Our Leadership Belongs: How we weave together the concepts of identity, belonging and leadership from an Indigenous worldview.
Heather Odendaal, Co-Founder & CEO of WNORTH
Gender Equality in Canada: Are we the leaders we think we are? How we stack up in the global landscape.
Tickets are $10 and available online: https://www.ticketzone.com/e/18717/whistler-s-celebration-of-international-day-of-the-girl-oct-7-2019
A group of passionate volunteers has brought the Sea-to-Sky community together in Whistler to celebrate the United Nations-recognized International Day of the Girl each year since 2013. The five previous events each motivated and inspired a sold-out theatre of 250 people and collectively raised over $15,000 for charity partners – <https://hswc.ca/> Howe Sound Women’s Centre and <http://www.onehorizon.net/> One Horizon. Both organizations focus on the protection, education, and entrepreneurial support of girls and women and we are proud to partner with them again for 2018.
Special thanks to the volunteer team that make this happen each year: Maja Ronneberger, Kevani Macdonald, Danielle Kristmanson, and Dee Raffo.