We Talk Women in The Star

We Talk Women in The Star

Original article published here: Women made gains in 2012 but don’t declare victory just yet by Rosemary Speirs Even less interested in the trials facing executive and professional women is 25-year-old Kavita Dogra, who like an increasing number of young Canadian women — new citizens or born here — comes from a culture (in her […]

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Journey of AIDS – India to Canada

Journey of AIDS – India to Canada

On World AIDS Day, I want to share with you, the role of this disease in my life. I was a little girl when my mom started working for an NGO in India called CHELSEA. From what I understood she went to villages to educate women about safe sex, used to hand out free condoms […]

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Let Freedom Reign

Let Freedom Reign

The grand Royal York Hotel hosted the 3rd Annual Freedom Walk on September 15, 2012, organized by [free-them] in support of Walk With Me. An organization that works closely with various police services and has been able to provide unique services and support to many victims of human trafficking. In contrast to the beautiful, iconic […]

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Underground Railway to Modern Day Slavery

Underground Railway to Modern Day Slavery

Deep in our history of struggle for freedom Canada was the North Star. – Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The irony of this quote is palpable as I begin writing this post today about human/sex trafficking in Canada. After reading Invisible Chains and speaking with the Canadian Women’s Foundation I felt compelled to speak out […]

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