1. When and Where to Acknowledge Status of Women Canada's Support
Organizations receiving support from Status of Women Canada should acknowledge this support in all their public activities and in documents related to a supported project. Activities include training sessions and workshops, as well as awareness-raising and promotion (lectures/speeches, press conferences, etc.). Documents include those for distribution to project participants, as well as those for information and promotion purposes.
1.1 When to Acknowledge Status of Women Canada's Support
Once funding for a project has been approved, an organization has many opportunities to acknowledge the support it receives, including:
- at the public announcement, launch or conclusion of a project; and
- in media interviews or other media activities.
Even when the Minister or a representative of Status of Women Canada has publicly announced a project, the organization still needs to acknowledge the federal support in the course of the project and in related promotional activities. Organizations requiring assistance should notify their Status of Women Canada representative at least 30 days prior to holding any public activity.
1.2 Where to Acknowledge Status of Women Canada's Support
Organizations receiving support from Status of Women Canada must acknowledge this contribution in their project-related products, both material and electronic, including:
- advertising (print, television and radio advertising, outdoor and transit advertising, paid announcements);
- published material (news releases, bulletins, brochures, periodicals, books, booklets, leaflets, invitations, posters, public notices, electronic data);
- audio-visual productions and expositions (films, videotapes, videodiscs, PowerPoint presentations, Web sites, displays and exhibits);
- participant handbooks and guides; and
- certificates, awards and commemorative plaques.
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