We offer a variety of tools such as workshops, self-faced courses and free educational resources on menstrual health

Youth Service Providers - ME101

ME101 is a free, virtual, educational program for youth service workers
The ‘Menstrual equity 101/Equité menstruelle 101’ (ME101) program, consists of a live 90-minute virtual workshop, and access to three self-paced courses hosted on an innovative digital learning hub called CHARMS. This program has been designed for and implemented among youth service providers (such as teachers, counsellors, sexual health educators, peer educators, coaches etc.) in Canada.

The ME101 program is designed to address menstrual stigma and period poverty involves an 'upstream approach', empowering individuals who engage with youth to incorporate menstrual equity into their everyday work. The education program integrates a live workshop and a self-paced course component, ensuring that our programming establishes a strong foundation while remaining adaptable for continued learning.

This program has been funded by Women and Gender Equality Canada, and delivered in partnership with Food Banks Canada.
Women and Gender
The ME101 workshop is available both in English and French and can be tailored to your needs.

Upcoming Workshops

Menstrual Equity 101 with Revol Cares
Date: Tuesday June 11
Time: 11:00am-12:30pm PST / 2:00-3:30pm EST
Location: Zoom
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Self-paced Courses

Browse self-paced courses on CHARMS
Explore our free, self-paced courses that cover a range of topics such as getting started as an advocacy in the menstrual equity space, period education for trans people, and access resources for developing educational programs for youth.

These courses are hosted on our learning platform CHARMS, where you can connect and exchange ideas with hundreds of other learners.

Getting Started as an Advocate

Period Education for trans people

Menstrual Health 101 for Youth Service Providers

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Tailored Workshops

We offer workshops, and free courses on
We are dedicated to delivering high-quality education on menstrual health to all individuals. We can develop customized sessions to cater to each participant or group.

In the past, we have collaborated with other organizations to co-develop workshops and educational resources. We are happy to connect with you to learn about your needs or brainstorm ideas for co-designing educational resources together!
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Podcasts and Audio Resources

Tune in for our podcast Oh My Cramps!
Oh My Cramps! is a podcast where we chat with advocates, doctors, researchers and academics to answer all of our pressing period questions.

Tune in to listen to Oh My Cramps! or other podcasts where we have participated as guest speakers!
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