Since 2016, The MATCH Fund has partnered with Nobel Women’s Initiative to #ShiftThePower.
Nobel Women’s Initiative and The MATCH Fund are two Canadian non-profit and non-partisan organizations with distinct international mandates. Together, we are united in advocating for more direct funding to women’s rights organizations and movements throughout the world.
Game Changer: Canada’s New Feminist Approach Makes Canada a World Leader June 9, 2017
Longstanding Feminist Organizations Weigh in on a Feminist Canadian Budget February 17, 2018
Time for Trudeau to Move On from Photo-Op Feminism: Toronto Star. Shree Paradkar. April 28, 2017
Politique d’aide internationale féministe et recherche universitaire: May 27, 2018
How Feminism Can Stop Wars: iPolitics. Leymah Gbowee and Yanar Mohammed. April 12, 2017
Malala Believes in Canada. Let’s Prove Her Right: Huffington Post. Jess Tomlin. April 17, 2017
Canada Walks the Talk on Global Women’s Rights: Globe and Mail. Jess Tomlin and Rachel Vincent. June 12, 2017
Include Women-Led Organizations in Canada’s Reproductive Health Projects: Globe and Mail. Dr. Musimbi Kanyoro and Theo Sowa. July 20, 2017
- Raising Her Voice: Confronting the Unique Challenges Facing Women Human Rights Defenders: Report of the Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Development (June 2019)
- Canada’s Climate Finance: Delivering on Climate Change and Development Goals (November 2018)
- Canada’s Feminist International Assistance Policy: Strengthening Funding for Women’s Rights (October 2018)
- Pre-Budget Recommendation: Realizing The Potential of the Feminist International Assistance Policy Through Investing in Women’s Rights Organizations and Feminist Movements (July 2018)
- Shifting the Power: Opportunities for Innovative Partnerships with Women’s Movements (January 2018)
- Policy Brief: Feminist Approach Requires Feminist Action (September 2017)
- Strengthening Women’s Rights Organizations Through International Assistance (March 2017)
By introducing a Feminist International Assistance Policy last June, Canada took an important step. Now, as the 2018 G7 host, Canada has an opportunity to deepen this commitment for a true global impact.
- Jess Tomlin (The MATCH Fund) and Liz Bernstein (Nobel Women’s Initiative) share their perspective in the Ottawa Citizen.
- 60+ feminists came together from around the world to create a shared feminist vision for the G7. You can read it here.
- Learn more here on the W7’s official website.
- Watch the video below.