Hot Pink Paper Campaign

Wise Practice

Obtain commitments on women's issues from civic candidates prior to elections

Measurement

Commitment of the parties and candidates are recorded and shared online

Monitoring

The Hot Pink Paper looked at party & councillor's commitments half way through their electoral mandate.

About / Lessons Learned

The Hot Pink Paper was a community campaign that brought together grassroots women in neighbourhood cafes to come up with 11 practical solutions to critical city issues facing women and girls. These women took their ideas to municipal candidates and parties, demanded action, recorded campaign commitments and reviewed their progress midterm in order to hold their representatives responsible.

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Location:

Vancouver, Canada

Level of government:

City

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Copyright * Women Friendly Cities Challenge February 2018, All rights reserved. 

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Last update: August 2020

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