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Nov 22, 2016
Image: UN Women/Niels den Hollander

UNiTE to end violence against women

Doreen Nicoll
Sustainable financing is imperative to effectively prevent and end violence against women and girls here at home and around the world.
Blog
Mar 7, 2016

History of feminism still shows it pays to be radical

Linda M. Ambrose
'It moved me to tears.' That's what one student said when I asked my history class what they thought about 'The Voice of Women: The First 30 Years.' We had just finished watching the film together.
Blog
Feb 2, 2016
Viola Desmond, 1914-1965. A civil rights icon in Canada, she inspired people to

No free feminist lunch, Mr. Prime Minister

Kate McInturff
Prime Minister Trudeau declared himself a feminist on the global stage last week. He appointed a gender-equal cabinet. Now it's time to deliver more than a gesture. Now it's time to pay for lunch.
Columnists
Dec 18, 2015

The blacklist was a many-gendered affair

Resistance films reveal that the blacklist was not merely a Hollywood phenomenon, but one that affected people from all walks of life. Overlooked in this history are the women who suffered under it.

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