Sedef Arat-Koç is an Associate Professor in the Department of Politics and Administration at Ryerson University. Her research interests include immigration policy and citizenship, immigrant women, transnational feminism, politics of imperialism, racialization and the politics of racism, migrant workers’ rights.
Jane Arscott is an Associate Professor at Athabasca University. Her research focuses on the past, present and future of gender equality in Canada, and the political representation of women in Canada. She has studied the work and impact of the Royal Commission on the Status of Women.
Lisa Boucher has a PhD from in Gender, Feminist and Women’s Studies program at York University. Her current project examines shifts in state funding for feminist anti-violence work in the province of Ontario.
Linda Briskin is a Professor Emeritus in the Social Science Department and the School of Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies at York University. Research interests include equality bargaining; leadership and representation; the impact of austerity on equality; women’s organizing inside trade unions, and feminist pedagogies
Angela Cameron is an Associate Professor and Shirley Greenberg Chair for the Faculty of Law at the University of Ottawa. Her research interests include the law regarding the equality rights of women, reproductive technologies, family, and human rights. She is current Chair of the Canadian Feminist Alliance for International Action (FAFIA).
Barbara Cameron is an Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science at York University and a Faculty Research Associate of the Centre for Feminist Research (CFR). Her research interests include gender and public policy, intergovernmental relations and constitutional issues.
Alana Cattapan is an Assistant Professor at the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy at the University of Saskatchewan. She studies women’s participation in policy making, identifying links between the state, the commercialization of the body, biotechnologies, and reproductive labour.
Marjorie Griffin Cohen
Marjorie Griffin Cohen is an Economist and Professor Emeritus at Simon Fraser University (Political Science and Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies). Her research focuses on political economy and public policy with an emphasis on issues concerning the Canadian economy, women, and labour.
Shelagh Day is the Director of the Poverty and Human Rights Centre and the President and Senior Editor of the Canadian Human Rights Reporter. Her research and policy work focus on women’s and girl’s equality rights, human rights related to disability, race, poverty and economic inequality, and Canada’s international human rights obligations.
Alexandra Dobrowolsky is a Professor of Political Science at Saint Mary’s University. Her current research focuses on changes to Canadian immigration policy and its impact on equality and multiculturalism and past research on representational forms, constitutionalism, and security and citizenship.
Tammy Findlay is an Associate Professor in the Department of Political and Canadian Studies at Mount Saint Vincent University. Her research interests are: gender and politics; feminism, intersectionality, and public policy; social policy; child care; community engagement; and multilevel governance.
Amber Fletcher is Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology and Social Studies at the University of Regina. Her research examines the social and gender dimensions of public policy and climate change, with a particular focus on gender, agriculture, and rural and First Nations’ communities.
Christina Gabriel is an Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science at Carleton University. Her research interests are citizenship and migration, gender and politics, border control, transnational care labour, regional integration and globalization.
Meg Luxton is a Professor for the School of Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies and a former director of the Centre for Feminist Research at York University. Her research focuses on feminist political economy, the women’s movement, feminist theory, employment and labour and family.
April Mandrona is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Art History & Contemporary Culture at NSCAD. Her community art education research with young people focuses on the social roles of artistic production, rurality, ethical practice, and innovative approaches to participation.
Kerry McCuaig is a Fellow in Early Childhood Policy at the University of Toronto’s Atkinson Centre for Society and Child Development. Her research and work with governments across Canada focuses on early education and care, including evaluation, governance, funding and access.
Ann Porter is an Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science at York University. Her research focuses on social policy in Canada and from a comparative perspective, women and politics, feminism and political economy, and changes to social programs.
Jane Stinson is a Research Associate with CRIAW, an Adjunct Research Professor with Carleton’s Institute of Political Economy and former national staff for the Canadian Union of Public Employees. Her research focuses on intersectional women’s equality, changing public services and resource extraction in northern Canada.
Annis May Timpson
Annis May Timpson is a Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of Commonwealth Studies at the University of London and Academic Visitor at Linacre College, Oxford. Her research focuses on women, royal commissions and public policy, and on the development of an Inuit-informed approach to public government in Nunavut.
Margot Young is a Professor with the Peter A. Allard School of Law at The University of British Columbia. Her research focus is on equality law and theory, social and economic rights, especially women’s economic equality, civil liberties, constitutional liberties, urban theory, and local housing politics and rights.