Recognizing Women January 2024

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As we step into the year ahead, we extend our warmest 2024 greetings to all those who are unwavering committed to building a world that celebrates equality, justice, and empowerment for all. In this journey, let’s stand united in our pursuit of a future where every voice matters, every story is valued, and every person is treated with the dignity they deserve.

Embracing feminism and intersectionality, we at Connect are committed to breaking barriers, shattering glass ceilings, and creating a tapestry of strength through diverse perspectives. Let’s celebrate achievements, honour trailblazers, and uplift voices, shaping a world that is not just equal but equitable. Here’s to 2024 filled with inspiration, growth, and the unwavering pursuit of a more inclusive tomorrow.

National Mentoring Month

National Mentoring Month is an annual campaign celebrated in January, dedicated to raising awareness about the power and impact of mentoring. This month-long observance highlights the value of mentoring relationships in education, personal development, and community enrichment, showcasing how mentors can positively influence the lives of others. Get involved in the mentoring movement with Mentor Canada.

National Stalking Awareness Month

January 2024 marks the twentieth annual National Stalking Awareness Month (NSAM), an annual call to action to recognize and respond to the serious crime of stalking. Join the first-ever Stalking Awareness Day of Action on January 18th!

Cervical Cancer Awareness Month

Cervical Cancer Prevention Week 2024 is a dedicated awareness campaign aimed at educating people about cervical cancer, its prevention, and the importance of regular screenings. Cervical cancer is a largely preventable disease, and this week serves as a reminder to prioritize cervical health and take steps to reduce the risk of this cancer. Get informed. Get screened. Get vaccinated.

Bell Let’s Talk Day

Save the date! Bell Let’s Talk Day will be on January 24, 2024. Dedicated to moving mental health forward in Canada, Bell Let’s Talk promotes awareness, acceptance, and action with a strategy built on 4 key pillars: Anti-Stigma, Care & Access, Research, and Workplace Leadership. Use this toolkit that includes stickers, posters, and activities to share with your family, friends, and colleagues to help start the conversation and show your support.