According to research by the Native Women's Association of Canada, there are more than 582 missing or murdered Indigenous women and girls across Canada.
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The issue of missing and murdered Indigenous women needs to be addressed immediately. Since the current federal government plans to do nothing, the Chiefs of Ontario launched the Who is She? campaign.
How much of Harper's rhetoric around human trafficking is actually related to wanting to help victims?
The UN's first report card on Canada in 10 years measures whether the country has met its human rights obligations.
In response to an anonymous blog post threatening violence against women in the Departments of Sociology and Women's Studies at U of T, a mass march reclaimed campus as a safe space.
A new study shows that men who buy sex are more likely to behave in sexually aggressive ways.
Are we up for debate? Women's issues need to be taken to the political streets. Not debating whether they should be addressed, but how it should be done, and how quickly it can be.
On August 15, demonstrators gathered in Toronto to protest the arrival of a self-professed "pick-up artist" who has claimed rape should be legal on private property.
Amnesty International voted to adopt a policy that will decriminalize consensual sex work and ensure sex workers enjoy full and equal legal protection from exploitation, trafficking and violence.
Women still live in a culture of fear and inequality. Some boys and men still believe that girls and women are less than their equal to be used, abused and discarded at their whim.