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Equal Voice Launches the Rosemary Speirs Leadership Grant

"Young Women Lead Change" says Dr. Rosemary Speirs, the organization’s founding chair.

77% of Canadians believe men and women are treated differently in politics, according to new national poll

Survey also showed that mentorship and educational programs forwomen, like Daughters of the Vote, were seen as critical to increasing the number of women in politics.

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Student left feeling empowered after historic trip to Parliament

LETHBRIDGE - An inspirational trip to Ottawa is one Tiana Weasel Moccasin says she won't soon forget. Weasel Moccasin graduated from Kainai High School in Cardston, and is currently enrolled in her first year of the early childhood education program at Lethbridge College. (Lethbridge News Now)

Milton ‘political junkie’ embraces Parliament Hill’s Daughters of the Vote experience

One needn’t look any further than Hafsah Asadullah’s Twitter page to know the Milton youth has a penchant for politics. (Inside Halton)

Women in Politics: Mana Moshkforoush on Being a Daughter of the Vote

This week I had the great pleasure of interviewing a good friend of mine, Mana Moshkforoush, who had the amazing opportunity to visit Ottawa a few weeks ago to participate in the Daughters of the Vote program, an initiative by Equal Voice to invite 338 young women leaders to take their seat in Parliament. (Her Campus at McGill University)

‘Daughters’ inspire Alberta teachers

Conference raises awareness of gender inequality — Alberta teachers who attended the recent Daughters of the Vote event in Ottawa have returned to their classrooms inspired and ready to take action. (Alberta Teachers' Association)

UBC students who sat in House of Commons on Women’s Day share their stories

For International Women’s Day, 338 young women aged 18 to 23 sat in the House of Commons, each representing their own riding in Canada. (The Ubyssey)

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