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| June 23, 2016

Day of Remembrance work must include trans* women

Photo: TRANS*/Illumination facebook page

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Violence against women affects all women, cisgender or transgender. However, there is not much documentation of violence against trans* women. Now, two Vancouver journalism students, Lenée Son and Elina Gress, are opening the narrative for trans* women of colour. 

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International Women's Rights: a voters guide on women's isssues in the 2015 election

Photo Credit: Kevin Konnyu (Creative Commons BY NC SA)

The International Women's Rights Project has created a voters guide highlighting women's issues in 2015 election.

The guide was created to be used as a tool to inform voters about issues regarding women in Canada and to provide focused questions to pose to candidates. Each section includes a summary and ends with a list of questions you can use at debates or in discussions with candidates.

Download the guide here.

The guide covers issues including:

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| April 20, 2015
image: rabble.ca
| April 8, 2015

Change to trans* rights bill endorses washroom bans

Photo: flickr/ SmartSign
Canada's trans* human rights bill C-279 was amended by a Senate committee in a way that makes it legal to ban trans* people from washrooms.

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Shameless Magazine celebrates 10th anniversary

November 25, 2014
| Shameless Magazine is an independent Canadian voice for young women and trans youth. It's run by volunteers and guided by a feminist and anti-racist approach.
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