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Julia Anderson

Chief Executive Officer, Canadian Partnership for Women and Children's Health (CanWaCH)

International development, global health, global health rights for women and children, global health issues, international development foreign policy issues, gender equality, human rights, non-profit sector, social movement, gender equality as social movement, Indigenous issues, Indigenous women's communities, organizational management, virtual organizational management, multilateral organizations global health advocacy, World Health Organization (WHO), childcare, workplace pay equity, domestic experience of Canadian women

Media

Ottawa renews annual spending on women and children’s health, rights and ups it to $1.4 billion a year

Liberal government urged to spend $1.5 billion more to battle COVID-19 abroad

Scheer says plans to cut foreign aid won’t affect funding for abortion abroad

NGOs call on Canada to renew foreign funding for women and children before it runs out in 2020

Canada pledges $300 million to address humanitarian concerns of COVID-19 abroad

Biography

Julia Anderson is the Chief Executive Officer for the Canadian Partnership for Women and Children’s Health (CanWaCH). She has over 15 years of senior and executive level experience in international development, not-for-profits, civil society, human rights, and gender equality. Anderson works closely with multiple stakeholders on international development policy-related issues, from Canadian and global decision-makers to young leaders. In 2019, Anderson spearheaded the shaping of a renewed collective vision by Canada’s global health sector that resulted in a $14-billion, 10-year investment by the Government of Canada. As CanWaCH CEO, she continues to champion bold, innovative - and even disruptive - approaches to advancing the health and rights of women and girls around the world. Anderson holds a Master of Arts degree in Canadian and Indigenous Studies from Trent University and an Executive Certificate in Conflict Management from University of Windsor Law School.

Expertise

  • International development
  • global health
  • global health rights for women and children
  • global health issues
  • international development foreign policy issues
  • gender equality
  • human rights
  • non-profit sector
  • social movement
  • gender equality as social movement
  • Indigenous issues
  • Indigenous women's communities
  • organizational management
  • virtual organizational management
  • multilateral organizations global health advocacy
  • World Health Organization (WHO)
  • childcare
  • workplace pay equity
  • domestic experience of Canadian women

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