Do you work with an incredible young woman First Nations, Métis or Inuit activist, based in central or eastern Canada, who could benefit from intensive communications and advocacy training?
If so, we want to hear from you!
We are thrilled to announce that the Nobel Women’s Initiative, in partnership again this year with the Coady International Institute, is now accepting nominations for the 2021 Online Sister-to-Sister Mentorship Program.
We are currently seeking three young women activists to join us for an online mentorship opportunity focused on skill building and skill sharing in communications, advocacy, organizing and leadership skills from mid-March to mid-May 2021.
Our First Nations, Métis or Inuit activists will have the opportunity to join an international cohort of other incredible young women activists working in women’s rights, social justice and peace from around the world.
The program will be structured into three core components:
- Peer learning and sharing opportunities among the cohort members
- Individual or small group mentorship opportunities from Nobel Women’s Initiative’s and the Coady Institute’s global network of activists
- Skill development in communications, advocacy, leadership, safety and security and much more!
We invite you to nominate a young woman activist to participate in the program. Your nomination consists of three important components:
- Your organization must complete the first section of the Nomination Package
- The nominated activist must complete the second section of the Nomination Package
- You must submit the Nomination Package to [email protected]
Please submit by end of day December 31st 2020.
You are welcome to nominate more than one young woman activist. Shortlisted nominees will be invited for an interview. Please see the Nomination Package for eligibility criteria and additional information.
Information about the process – Sister to Sister Nomination Package 2021 – Download HERE