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Call for 2015 submissions

Submissions are currently being accepted for the 2015 WISE Practice Awards. We are looking to showcase wise practices from around the world that have led to improvements in the lives of women and girls living in cities.

Nominations must be received by September 30, 2015. Read More

Urban Thinkers Campus

Introducing the Urban Thinkers Dialogue Cafés

The Women Transforming Cities’ Urban Thinkers Dialogue Cafés will focus on critical areas of urban livability, specifically identifying, “What is needed for cities to work for women and girls, and their communities, now and in the future?Read More


Let’s hear your #FierceVoices

Women Transforming Cities teamed up with rabble.ca to help women and young girls claim space in social and mass media.

Thank you to everyone who attended our #FierceVoices events to learn about the importance of representation in Media. Read more about the events in this series.

WTC Cafes

Learn about our WTC Cafés

WTC cafés facilitate grassroots discussions about important issues that impact women and girls living in cities.

Read our latest café reports, which summarize discussions on aging in the city, municipal issues for LGBT2Q+ individuals, and Aboriginal women and girls’ experiences in the city.