“I don’t believe in the word ‘recovery’”: What you missed at Future of Good’s women’s economic resilience summit

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Why It Matters

As Canada’s social impact world reflects on how the pandemic has slowed economic progress and gender equity, the conversation shouldn’t only be about recovering –– but reimaging a world where women and gender expansive people can thrive.

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