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ALL TOGETHER NOW! A presentation by Women 4 Change
3 CRISIS What was the impact on women?
6 2008 financial crash Income inequality INCOME INEQUALITY
7 GROWING GAP
9 COSTS Bad economics Social and health costs Social division
More Income Inequality Shrinking Union Density Attack on Labour Rights Attack on Public Services (and public employees) No Tax Fairness No Industrial Strategy McJobs THE 1% APPROACH 10
11 LABOUR RIGHTS Since 1982 governments in Canada have passed 206 labour laws … How many of these laws have eliminated, restricted or denied labour rights?
12 INDUSTRIAL STRATEGY
13 TAX FAIRNESS
14 TAX FAIRNESS
15 We do not have a spending problem 1992 53% share of economy 2008 39% share of economy PUBLIC SERVICES
16 PUBLIC SERVICES
Less Income Inequality Rising Union Density Respect for Labour Rights Quality Public Services Tax Fairness Modern Industrial Strategy Good Jobs COMMON GOOD APPROACH 18
TOGETHER WE CAN If we had tax fairness … How would you improve womens quality of life? What would your community and Canada look like?
19 TAKE ACTION
20 GET INVOLVED! alltogethernow.nupge.ca/women-4-change
21 GET INVOLVED! publicservicesfoundation.ca labourrights.ca industrialstrategy.ca robinhoodtax.ca taxfairness.ca
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