VOW Peace Exhibit
Together with archivists, writers, artists and other peace women, we launched our travelling VOW coordinated women’s exhibition, “Building Peace, Making History”illustrating a century of Canadian grassroots women’s extensive work for peace and non-violence locally, nationally and internationally.
Available for public exhibition. To discuss hosting arrangements or for further information, please contact us.
“Today we pay tribute to women and their achievements in the pursuit of peace and development. While the exhibition displays different aspects of women’s lives and their contributions to society, they all share one common theme: that there can be no equality without the empowerment of women in all aspects of life: economic, political, social and cultural.”
The VOW Peace Exhibit has been showcased at these locations:
- Lester B. Pearson Building, Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs, Ottawa
- Imperial War Museum, London (England)
- Nobel Prize-Winning Pugwash Group, 50th Anniversary Conference, Nova Scotia
- Canada’s Immigration Museum: Pier 21, Halifax, Nova Scotia
- City of Toronto Metro Hall, sponsored by the United Nations Association
- International Women’s USW Conference: “Women of Steel: Building Power, Taking Action”, Sheraton Centre, Toronto
- BC Provincial Women’s Conference: University of Northern British Columbia, Prince George, BC
The VOW Peace Exhibit, “Building Peace, Making History”, 100 Years of Women’s Peace Building in Canada compliments women’s functions, peace forums, learning centres, and is a breathtaking visual addition for fundraising events. It is ideal in galleries, museums, libraries, city halls, educational institutions, and cultural centres. Available to charities, not-for-profit groups, NGOs, associations, community groups, municipalities, schools, etc. on a sliding scale, shipping recovery basis.
For hosting details, please contact Sandra Ruch at 416-603-7915 or contact us.