As U.S. President Donald Trump's nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court seemed to be reaching a controversial conclusion last week, a remarkable encounter took place on live TV.
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From women's control over their own reproductive rights, to sexual assault and abuse, we'll know we have made progress when women's bodies are no longer a battleground in the U.S.
Artist Line Dufour has immortalized the images of Ontario victims of sexual violence in 24 jacquard woven shrouds imbued with memory and feelings.
In a video released by MiningWatch Canada, women living in villages around Barrick Gold’s North Mara mine in Tanzania speak out publicly for the first time about the sexual violence they suffered.
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Mandi Gray talks to The Hum about taking her sexual assault case to trial and ways that the experience has shaped her life.
In Canada, size is still an acceptable basis for discrimination, not protected by human rights legislation. It ought to be.
With the MeToo movement, many victims are more willing to report sexual harassment and assault. But we are also hearing about instances where perpetrators are trying to silence their victims.
Helen Reddy sang those words in 1972, providing an anthem to the women's movement. Forty-five years later, it could serve as the score to a movie documenting the abrupt demise of Harvey Weinstein.
The one-woman show by Robin Zee navigates violence and childhood trauma with intelligent humour.
The treatment of sexual assault complainants in the justice system has received a great deal of mainstream media attention. Why has the system failed victims?