The National Action Committee on the Status of Women’s Voters’ Guide

A Women's Agenda for Social Justice

edited by Nandita Sharma

The NAC, the largest feminist organization in Canada, is composed of more than 600 member groups. The organization is dedicated to mobilizing its membership and the public on issues of concern to women.

Originally prepared for the 1997 federal election, the NAC Voters' Guide is designed to create awareness of key issues to women--childcare, employment, violence against women, immigration and refugees, healthcare--and to assess the chief parties' response to them.

The NAC Voters' Guide remains a useful analysis of where women think government should be going, and a resource for evaluating how governments act on women's concerns.

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Nandita Sharma

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