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Adrian Sitaru on 'The Fixer,' journalism, abuse and human behaviour

September 25, 2016
| Sitaru's new film, which screened at TIFF, chronicles a Romanian journalist's moral quandary when a sex scandal gives him a chance at a big break.
Length: 31:28 minutes (21.61 MB)
25th Annual Feb 14th Women’s Memorial March, Vancouver
| September 28, 2015

Smita Singh on social change and human trafficking

June 19, 2015
| In this episode, Smita Singh talks about her work with trafficked girls, young women's resilience, why trafficking isn't always about poverty and how things are getting better.
Length: 36:42 minutes (42.01 MB)
Feminist Current

Kathleen Barry reports back from The World Summit: End Sexual Exploitation 2025

May 26, 2015
| On May 11th and 12th, The World Summit: End Sexual Exploitation 2025 was held at The Carter Center in Atlanta, Georgia. Kathleen Barry speaks with Meghan Murphy about the conference.
Length: 30:12 minutes (27.66 MB)
| December 12, 2014

Human trafficking research reveals Canada's role in violence against Aboriginal women

Photo: flickr/Stephen Harper

Canada's response to the safety concerns of Indigenous women and girls has garnered significant attention in recent months. Alongside high-profile debates about Canadian sex work laws and the experiences of Aboriginal women and girls in sex industries, significant attention has focused on Canada's response, or lack of response, to the nearly 1,200 murdered and missing Aboriginal women and girls.

Similarly, recent discussions of human trafficking have foregrounded the vulnerability of Indigenous girls and women. In 2012, both an RCMP report and the National Action Plan to Combat Human Trafficking specifically label Aboriginal women and girls as having heightened risk of becoming victims of human trafficking.



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Shae Invidiata on the fight against human trafficking

August 31, 2014
| Listen in to Shae as she gives us her take on slavery, Bill C-36, "evil at its best" and why Canada is at a crossroads when it comes to the slave trade.
Length: 47:10 minutes (64.79 MB)
Image: Flickr/PJStarr
| July 14, 2014
| June 11, 2014
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