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Apr 19, 2018

Happy birthday, rabble!

Sophia Reuss
In honour of rabble's 17th birthday, Judy Rebick, rabble's co-founder, and Duncan Cameron, president emeritus of rabble, reflect on our impact.
Blog
Apr 11, 2018
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'Heroes In My Head': The Clinic Will Stay Open

Judy Rebick
Part Two excerpt from rabble co-founder Judy Rebick's memoir, with a look at the court battle to support Dr. Henry Morgentaler, and Rebick's own exploration of her mental health.
Blog
Apr 5, 2018
Linda MacDonald and Jeanne Sarson present brief to UN. Image: Bill Casey, Member of Parliament for Cumberland—Colchester, Nova Scotia

Re-defining torture at the UN

Penney Kome
Linda MacDonald and Jeanne Sarson lobby for UN Committee on Torture to recognize sexualized violence as a form of torture.
Blog
Mar 8, 2018
Winter playground. Image: Benson Kua/Wikimedia Commons

No equality without universal child care

Martha Friendly
Susan Prentice
Morna Ballantyne
Without the publicly funded child care now commonplace in many countries, Canada lacks this essential pillar of support for women's equality.
Blog
Mar 8, 2018
Yolanda Becerra Vega of the Organización Femenina Popular (OFP) in Colombia, KAIROS Women of Courage partner.

Be a feminist every day of the year

Rachel Warden
This year we are happy that it is finally acceptable (and even trendy) to be a feminist, but we urge Canadians and the Canadian government to fully embrace the challenge.
News
Feb 21, 2018
Photo: Kristie de Garis

Women Who Tell, two years on

Svea Vikander
The progress we have made in speaking out about sexual assault relies on one major cultural shift: the women making allegations have stopped caring about men's feelings.

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