#BringBackOurGirls

#BringBackOurGirls

On April 14, the Boko Haram Group kidnapped over 200 Nigerian teenage girls (some sources now believe the number is actually close to 300) from their school in Borno State. Since then, the girls have not being found and the Nigerian government has shown insensitivity in the matter. It is estimated that a little over […]

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And in the end; I rise.

And in the end; I rise.

The car pulled up and stopped in front of what looked like a house with an office inside. I was pretty impressed by the location. I crossed the street and waited for our host to lead the way, and to my surprise she headed down a narrow alley adjacent to the house. My mother and […]

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International Women’s Day 2014

International Women’s Day 2014

Join us on March 8th at Innis Town Hall and celebrate the women’s rights activists of Iran with a screening of Women on the Front Line.  A panel discussion with 2 prominent Iranian-Canadian human rights activists will follow. Tickets can be purchased for $10 on Eventbrite.    

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With music, hope lives on!

With music, hope lives on!

Another year has come to an end. It’s important that we come together and celebrate all that we have achieved together! I started this year with an event on International Women’s Day, called It’s A Girl. It was a documentary that highlighted the issue of gendercide in India and China. To provide the Canadian context, […]

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