1. Handbook – Together, creating a better world, A handbook for community work to end gender discrimination by Jim Gurnett, the former coordinator of Daughters Day.
Funded by the Human Rights Education and Multiculturalism Fund of the Government of Alberta and published by the Citizens for a Civil Society, Together, creating a better world is the result of 15 conversations with women who met in late 2013 and early 2014 to discuss gender discrimination and the ways in which communities can facilitate change.
2. A Civil Society – A habit of the heart. Authored by David Evans and Satya Das, this paper on Civil Society guiding principles was shared with all then serving Members of Legislature (Alberta) and Members of Parliament in 2014.
4. Letters of acknowledgement from Members of Parliament. As a mark of appreciation, CCS received letters of acknowledgement from friends and supporters at Parliament Hill.
5. Call for action on murdered and missing indigenous women
In the fall of 2014, Daughters Day founders Gurcharan Bhatia (left) and Charan Khehra (right) met with Edmonton Strathcona Member of Parliament Linda Duncan to present a petition she took forward to the House of Commons.
The petition, with over 200 signatures, urged the government to act about the murdered and missing Indigenous women in Canada.
6. October 2012 and April 2014, Excerpted Alberta Hansard for CCS Board Members’ introduction at the Legislature”.
7. Dec 2014, Excerpted Alberta Hansard for CCS Board Members’ introduction at the Legislature”
8. December 3, 2015, Excerpted Alberta Hansard for CCS Board Members’ introduction at the Legislature