This episode features a panel discussion on rape culture in politics. The panel took place on January 29, 2014 at the University of British Columbia and was organized by The Canadian Women Voters Congress and the UBC Centre for the Study of Democratic Institutions. Panelists are: Irene Tsepnopoulos-Elhaimer, Executive Director at Women Against Violence Against Women Rape Crisis Centre (WAVAW); Grace Lore, a PhD Candidate in Political Science at UBC; Ellen Woodsworth, an activist, a founder of Women Transforming Cities, and a former Vancouver City Councillor; and Meghan Murphy, writer, journalist, and founder of Feminist Current.
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