The sector has matured. We have a new generational cohort who think of this more as a vocation and professional calling, but who also want purpose and meaning in their lives. We have people working at a grassroots or localized level, and we have so much to learn from each other, but we have the challenge of dealing with a country that is so big and the need to bridge across that vastness. To tackle the hairy, messy problems, we need to all be on board. It’s about finding ways to work across sectors and with different players.What issues for practitioners will you address at SI Canada?
I am often inspired by the work of strong Canadian feminists who have been amazing at creating the connective tissue for this country. For example, the Canadian Women’s Health Network, which emerged in the earl
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