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Sep 3, 2015
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Why so few federal election debates on women's issues?

Samantha C. Thrift
Political parties' reticence (or refusal, as the case may be) to participate in women's issues debates is part of a decades-old neoliberal chill put on women's advocacy work in Canada.
Podcast
Jan 13, 2015

Sexualized violence on our campuses

Needs No Introduction
On January 9, the Centre for Ethics in Public Affairs responded to the developing crisis at the Dalhousie Dental School with a panel discussion about violence on Canadian campuses.
Blog
Dec 19, 2014

Cyber-misogyny: The new frontier for hate

Kaity Cooper
Last week, I started a series about the different ways sexism is impacting girls and women today and how feminism can be utilized to help them. This post is about cyber-misogyny.
Blog
Nov 25, 2014

In business, as in politics, women's voices matter

Kaity Cooper
Why women's voices matter in politics, business and media and who is responsible for making them heard. Reflections on a talk by Kim Campbell, Canada's first and only woman Prime Minister.
Blog
Sep 2, 2014

Dealing with Edmonton's misogyny problem

Marcelle Kosman
Edmonton was named the worst Canadian city to be a woman. And with an active men's rights association scene, it's not hard to see why.
Podcast
Jul 2, 2014

Feminist summer camp in Saskatoon

Talking Radical Radio
Tanya Andrusieczko talks about what it took to make Saskatoon's first-ever feminist summer camp a reality.

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