Celebrating International Women’s Day

March 8 is the day we celebrate the strength, wisdom and courage of women in our families, our communities, and across the world. New Democrats join with billions of people to recognize and honour the efforts and commitment of women in making our world a better place. 

We also recognize the challenges that are still before us and the essential role that women play in addressing injustice and inequality as it exists in the world today. Women are witnesses on the front lines in the struggle to eliminate poverty, address homelessness, eradicate family and sexualized violence, and work for peace. This is true as much for PEI as it is around the globe. 

I am grateful for the women who have built and continue to build the Island New Democrats. Our party is better, stronger and our voice is more progressive because of their contributions. 

This March 8, be part of the celebration of Women who empower us all in  building a world of hope, equality and justice. Let us honour their courage and commitment by being a part of the same struggle. Women are leading, let us have the same courage to follow.

Please join us at our Beans, Bread and Roses Event in celebration of International Women’s Day on Friday, March 6, 5-7pm at the Haviland Club in Charlottetown.
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Here on PEI, Joe has worked on numerous social programs in rural communities. He has done field work on issues faced by university and college students, has been Director of Youth Ministry, and has also coordinated pastoral planning for the diocese. He remains active in the Latin American Mission Program, and is President of the Cooper Institute, a grass-roots collective for community development. He also counts among his volunteer and community work Charlottetown Abbies soccer, church Youth and Music ministries, Voluntary Resource Council, Peace Vigil Group, Atlantic Council for International Cooperation, Canada World Youth, and Katimavik hosting. He keeps up his interaction with young people as a part-time instructor for the Abegweit Driving School. All of this, he does in addition to his work in the NDP. His vast array of church and community experiences have helped him cultivate his skills in communication, organization, and consensus building, and also brought him the joy of forming hundreds of friendships.

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