Women’s Global Charter for Humanity

The World March of Women is a global feminist action network supported by close to 6000 women’s groups in 163 countries and territories throughout the world. Its primary objective is to fight poverty and violence against women. In December 2004, following a long process of consultation, discussion and debate with women’s groups in 60 countries, […]

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Working Together for Women on Parliament Hill

The Coalition for Women’s Equality (CWE) is made up of autonomous equality seeking women’s organizations that came together before the last election to advocate for stable and effective federal mechanisms to achieve women’s equality. Coalition Members include the National Association of Women and the Law (NAWL), Womenspace, the Feminist Alliance for International Action (FAFIA), the […]

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Kim Rogers: Death in the Modern Day Pauper’s Prison

Cet article est disponible uniquement en anglais. Kim Rogers, eight months pregnant and serving a sentence of house arrest in Sudbury, Ontario, died in her small apartment on August 9, 2001 during the course of a record-setting heat wave. Two days passed before her body was found. Many see Kim Roger’s death as the result […]

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Consultation Of Women Anti-Poverty Activists

Cet article est disponible uniquement en anglais. In March, in the course of preparing the factum on the Gosselin case, NAWL consulted with women anti-poverty activists. Meetings were held in Vancouver, Ottawa, Montréal and Indian Harbour (Nova Scotia). Over forty women with expertise about living in poverty shared their views on the Gosselin case and […]

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Welfare Rights Are Women’s Rights, Consultation Report

In the Fall of 2000, the National Association of Women and the Law (NAWL) obtained intervener status before the Supreme Court in the Gosselin v. Québec (Attorney General) case. The Gosselin case is about a welfare regulation in force in Québec in the 1980’s that provided drastically reduced benefits (170$ a month) for persons under […]

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The Year 2000 Women’s March – the TFFCPO was there!

Cet article est disponible uniquement en anglais. Thirty thousand women marched on Ottawa’s Parliament Hill on October 15, 2000, demanding immediate action from the feds to end poverty and violence against women. Among them was a contingent of 240 French-Ontarian women marching behind the banner of the Table féministe francophone de concertation provinciale de l’Ontario […]

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Labour Law’s Little Sister: The Employment Standards Act and the Feminization of Labour

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