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Greg Macdougall | Greg Macdougall interviews one of Australia's leading social scientists and author of "Masculinities," Raewyn Connell.
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The opening of Women's Worlds 2011.
Lorene Oikawa | Nine Canadian unions financially contributed to Women's Worlds 2011 in Ottawa earlier this summer, and delegates were able discuss the important role organized labour plays in the lives of women.
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Raewyn Connell. Photo: Dianne Reggett
Greg Macdougall | 'One of the crucial findings when this research field developed, about 20 years ago, is that there's no one thing that you can call masculinity. There are multiple masculinities.'
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Polish professor Edyta Just explains the creative and critical transformation she underwent after becoming a student of gender studies and describes how she encourages such growth in others.
Greg Macdougall | The Polish professor explains the creative and critical transformation she underwent after becoming a student of gender studies and describes how she encourages such growth in others.
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The F Word | Hosts Nicole Deagan and Meghan Murphy explore the prostitution debates with feminists Chris Bruckert, Lee Lakeman, Erin Graham and Cherry Smiley.
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The thank you panel, Women's Worlds 2011. Photo: Elizabeth Littlejohn
Elizabeth Littlejohn | Nearly 2,000 international delegates, grassroots activists, academics, and policymakers congregated for the 30th anniversary of the Women's World Congress in Ottawa from July 4 to 7.
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Greg Macdougall | After performing at the opening ceremonies of Women's Worlds 2011, Tanya Tagaq was invited to participate in the first plenary, entitled 'Breaking Cycles.'
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Elizabeth Pickett | Canada's Indigenous women are a focal point at Women's Worlds 2011, both in terms of their leadership and the challenges they face.
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Women's Worlds 2011 profile: Eternia interview
rabbleTV | Eternia is performing in Ottawa this coming Thursday, July 7, as part of the international Women's Worlds 2011 conference.
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Samhita Mukhopadhyay, editor of Feministing. Photo: jmiles/flickr
Meghan Murphy | The executive editor of the blog Feministing discusses her thoughts on the current state and future of feminism, and her plans for Women's Worlds, which is on this week in Ottawa.
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Meg Borthwick | The renowned feminist economist from India, a speaker at the opening plenary of the conference on July 4, is internationally known for her innovative work on development and women living in poverty.
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Meghan Murphy | Samita Mukhopadhyay, executive editor of Feministing.com, will be speaking at Women's Worlds 2011, which is being held this year in Ottawa-Gatineau from July 3-7.