How Post-Secondary Institutions are Achieving Universal Sustainable Menstrual Equity
More Good News in Canadian Menstrual Equity!
Period Poverty: A Day in the Life of a Student
Moon Time ‘Zine launches in partnership with First Nations and The Period Purse!
Go, Canada! Federally-regulated employers now mandated to provide workplace menstrual products
Earth Month 2023: What is Sustainable Menstrual Equity?
Most approaches to period poverty understandably focus on short-term, urgent needs, for example students in schools, or employees in workplaces. But the bigger-picture solution is not just having more pads and tampons in more bathrooms.
The Future of Period Equity
Reflections on 30 Years of Menstrual Health and Equity Leadership
Menstrual Equity with the Period Purse
Free Reusables: The Next Step Towards Menstrual Equity
Menstrual products are essential personal hygiene supplies, alongside toilet paper, hand soap and paper towels. Provision of these essential supplies are unquestionably the re sponsibility of the institutions where the bathrooms are located.Our question is: If free disposable pads and tampons are now being funded for students, employees and others, why not reusables too?