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Not all men: Why does #MeToo make some men angry?
Make It Our Business Training June 6th and 7th
5 Ways To Support Native Moms On International Women's Day
Sask. sexual violence survivors to get access to free legal advice
Domestic Abuser Given Absolute Discharge Claims His Ex-Girlfriend ‘Just Wanted Attention’
Saskatchewan explores new law that could warn victims of partners’ violent past
Upcoming Webinar - Mandatory Charging Research Project: Presentation of the Public Report
Purple Posse and Safety Card Success in Kingston Area!
OAITH – Femicide List 2016
Cut It Out Campaign trains stylists to recognize, respond to domestic abuse

Learn how to help people you care about experiencing domestic violence.

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Reflecting on 16 Days of Activism

piece of paper with "We, the women" written in black ink.70 years ago, on December 10, 1948, the United National Genera Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. This milestone proclaimed that everyone had rights - regardless of gender, race, colour, religion, language, origin, political opinion, or other status. It is the most translated document in the world, available in more than 500 languages. The Declaration sets out universal values for all people and nations, establishing the worth and dignity of every person.

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