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Meghan Murphy | On March 17, a panel organized in connection with the UN's 60th session of the Commission on the Status of Women addressed prostitution as a system that works against women's sustainability.
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Erna Curry | Victorious struggle against an ill-conceived bill.
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A. Splawinski | The presence of online hate groups in public has many individuals asking what they can do to legally ban these groups from meeting up.
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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.
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Retiree Matters, Louisette Hinton | Last year, one in five women was a victim of physical or sexual violence, and almost one in two women experienced psychological violence. Why are we still grappling with this scourge in 2016?
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Viola Desmond, 1914-1965. A civil rights icon in Canada, she inspired people to
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.
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Duncan Cameron | As a self-declared feminist, Justin Trudeau must now be ready to accept challenges from the women's movement. As prime minister, he should aim to feminize public policy.
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Alyse Kotyk | Abortion Access Now P.E.I. has advised the P.E.I. government it will file a legal challenge against the province's discriminatory abortion policy. Here's why.
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Doreen Nicoll | The Ontario government should adopt an annual recalculation process more in line with the Manitoba model. In addition to keeping women safe from further financial, emotional and even physical abuse.
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Matthew Behrens | 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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Alaa Murabit
Christopher Majka | Alaa Murabit is a Canadian-born doctor and founder of The Voice of Libyan Women. Amidst strife and civil war she has achieved remarkable success in the empowerment and political engagement of women.
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Consultation in Guatemala
Rachel Warden | Today women in Canada and the Global South are calling for an end to the daily violence against women everywhere, in all its forms.