Antidote programs directly target girls and women of racialized, minority, and Indigenous backgrounds.
We address these barriers with innovative approaches on three levels:
Programs and social network
Our outreach services, workshops and social events address the needs of often marginalized girls and women. We offer a supportive environment that reduces social isolation and connects girls and women to other health, education and social services they may not otherwise access.
Training and research
Our training and research initiatives build girls and women’s leadership and participation skills in areas such as conflict resolution, public speaking, intercultural and intergenerational facilitation, health and wellness, and media use. Our research projects contribute important new knowledge that impact policy and programming.
Public education initiatives
We support awareness, intercultural partnerships and social inclusion within the broader community.
Projects we’ve been involved in: