The organization Women Transforming Cities knows that women and girls are working for cities, but cities are not working for women and girls. For the 2014 municipal election, Women Transforming Cities' Hot Pink Paper Campaign put forward 11 issues and recommendations for concrete ways to address them: intersectionality (equity and diversity), transit, affordable housing, child care, youth, immigrants, aboriginal communities, violence, work and electoral reform.
City Council candidate RJ Aquino and OneCity endorsed these recommendations in the 2014 municipal election. OneCity is committed to designing ideal cities for women and girls. Find out more about Women Transforming Cities and read the full Hot Pink Paper campaign here.
Read an open letter from seven women under 40 who are founding members of OneCity about the importance of including and empowering women in our political system.