Mailing Lists and Discussion Groups
Canadian Mailing Lists and Discussion Groups
CHORA-L is a mailing list designed for 'emerging feminist scholars' interested in debate
and discussion about feminist studies, while valuing feminism as an important intellectual
The Women with disAbilities List, hosted by DAWN Ontario, exists as a forum where women
with disAbilities may find common ground in shared experiences to overcome differences
and work together, using our strengths, to be persistent in the face of barriers ...
by the sharing of information, the exchange of dialogue and the development and
strengthening of our networks.
DigitalEve Canada is part of a global, non-profit organization whose goal is to
create a united voice that recognizes and emphasizes the influence of women in the
field of new media and digital technology. Select from many Chapters in Canada.
PAR-L is a bilingual electronic network of individuals and organizations interested
in women-centred policy issues in Canada. It is intended as a support for the
community of feminist researchers and activists in Canada.The discussion list
was opened on March 8, 1995, by the Canadian Advisory Council on the Status of
Women (CACSW), and is now based at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton,
with over 1,400 subscribers.
WOMEN-HEALTH is an electronic mailing list for activists, researchers, and
policy makers, both nationally and internationally, who are working to
improve women's health. The list was created, and is managed, by the BC
Centre of Excellence for Women's Health.
Women, Peace and Security list serve
The Canadian Joint NGO-Government Committee on Women, Peace and Security and the
Canadian Peacebuilding Coordinating Committee's Gender and Peacebuilding Working
Group are responsible for this listserve, that is open to Canadian NGOs, institutes,
civil society organizations, individuals, parliamentarians and government officials.
Womenspace mailing list
The WOMENSPACE mailing list is for the exchange of ideas about how women and
women's organizations are using the Internet. While contributions from everywhere
are welcome, the list has a specifically Canadian focus. This electronic mailing
list is unmoderated, for maximum open discussion.
International Mailing Lists and Discussion Groups
Feminist Research Processes
This feminist discussion forum enables you to write your comments on
individual articles, reviews or research resources, or about a particular
thematic area as a whole.
An Internet mailing list on international gender, science, and
technology issues, for NGOs, researchers, policy makers, and anyone
interested in gender, science, and technology for development. The list
regularly distributes information on job announcements, events, and
publications, including the International Gender, Science and Technology
"Established in May 1991, WMST-L now has more than four thousand subscribers in forty-seven
countries, ranging from the United States and Canada to Israel, Saudi Arabia, Brazil,
Singapore, and Australia." Founded by Joan Korenman at the University of Maryland
in Baltimore, WMST-L is an international electronic forum for people involved in
Women's Studies as teachers, researchers, librarians, and/or program administrators.
It offers a rapid and cost-free way for participants to ask questions and exchange
information about the academic side of Women's Studies.
Women Leaders Online/Women Organizing for Change
WLO/WOC members are activists, and activists need to share ideas. So they
have created interactive e-mail discussion lists on various topics to promote
activism and high-tech networking among
contributing WLO/WOC members.