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International Security, Terrorism
Sexual Violence in Conflict
Women Human Rights Defenders
W7 Takeover: What commitments would G7 Leaders make if gender equality advocates had their say? Equal Measures May 2023
Sound the Alarm—Sweden Drops ‘Feminist’ and Returns to Mere ‘Foreign Policy’ Ms Magazine Jan 19, 2023
Canada needs to step up for the women and girls of Afghanistan Toronto Star May 24, 2022
Now Is the Time for Canada and the World to Adopt a Feminist Foreign Policy Common Dreams Apr 30, 2022
Now is the time for Canada’s feminist foreign policy IPolitics Apr 22, 2022
Strengthening Feminist Funding During COVID-19 and Beyond Equality Fund Blog May 15, 2020
The network includes more than 80 Canadian non-governmental organizations and individuals committed to promoting and monitoring Canadian government efforts to implement and support the UN Security Council resolutions on women, peace and security; and providing a forum for exchange and action by Canadian civil society on issues related to women, peace and security.
For more than 25 years, Beth has advised and worked with bilateral aid agencies, UN entities and NGOs, strengthening their work on gender equality and women’s rights in numerous countries (including Ukraine, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Honduras, Bolivia, and Nicaragua).
She has developed analytical tools, supported policy development, designed training, provided technical support, and conducted evaluations. Beth has also carried out research, blogged, lobbied, testified before Parliament, and led initiatives on WPS.
Beth’s ‘day job’ is Policy Lead at The MATCH International Women’s Fund, currently focusing on feminist foreign policy and feminist philanthropy.