The Speakers’ Bureau brings LEAF to your classroom, boardroom, workplace, or community centre.
Through the Speakers’ Bureau you can learn about the history of equality rights in Canada and LEAF’s role in protecting and strengthening the substantive equality of women and girls.
Members of the Speakers’ Bureau are dynamic, diverse and well informed. They are ready to adapt presentations to your needs. Audiences can learn more about key points in Canadian history and law as they relate to women’s substantive equality and benefit from open discussion between the Speaker and those attending. Speakers can address issues as they are encountered by women and girls at home, at work and in the broader community.
Some specfic topics are: Women’s Rights are Human Rights; Is Feminism Still Relevant; Feminization of Poverty; Sexual Assault; and the Representation of Women in Popular Culture. Learn more about the Speakers Bureau by:
- Download an overview of suggested topics
- Reviewing Speakers’ Bureau Members
You can inquire about becoming a speaker through email or by calling LEAF’s National office 416-595-7170 toll-free 1-888-824-5323.