Daughter of the Vote Emma Fisher-Cobb Speaks to Girl Guides During 16 Days of Activism
As part of the 16 Days of Activism, Daughter of the Vote for the riding of Burlington, Emma Fisher-Cobb, is speaking directly to young women through the Girl Guides of Canada. Emma says that while violence against women may seem like a grown-up topic, it is important to engage young women, many of whom are already dealing with harassment and violence. As a guider, she leads girls in a “say no to violence” program to teach them about their own power to say no, and stand up for themselves and others. She has also worked with her Guides to support the local sexual assault centre, with self-care kits, supportive messages, and community service. See more about Emma’s work here.