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Mar 6, 2017

A curse for a cursed profession

Bonnie Burstow
Taking a page from the Victorian poet Elizabeth Barrett Browning, it is time to start cursing oppressive institutions and those that make them possible. And where better to begin than psychiatry?
Podcast
Feb 28, 2017
Cleaners on Sri Lankan beach

Women workers in Sri Lanka

Asia Pacific Currents
A roundup of workers' struggles in the Asia-Pacific region and interview on the situation for women workers in Sri Lanka.
Podcast
Feb 17, 2017
Photo: Victoria Fenner

Women Re-greening Africa

WINGS
From the WINGS archives - An interview with the late environmentalist Wangari Maathai about African women and the Greenbelt Movement in Kenya.
Podcast
Sep 16, 2016

Gender issues in the garment sector in Indonesia

Asia Pacific Currents
Labour updates of workers' struggles from the Asia-Pacific region and interview with garment workers on gender and LGBTI issues at the workplace in Indonesia.
Podcast
Jul 4, 2016
The FTA Follies - politicians as a chorus line lose control of agenda

Free trade! What is it good for?

WINGS
Kate Raphael of KPFA Women's Magazine asks Professors Maria Floro and Stephanie Seguino, two of the premier voices on gender equity and globalization, to demystify trade policy.
Podcast
Apr 11, 2016

Women in P.E.I. regain access to abortion after 35 years

Redeye
On March 31, the P.E.I. government said they would start providing local access for abortions by the end of 2016. The change in policy was the result of a legal challenge by Abortion Access Now PEI.
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