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    • B1977-1 The Attachment of Women to Children 

      Ontario Committee on the Status of Women (Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, Sep-77)
      The Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, a grassroots feminist group, was established in 1970. Its purpose was to seek implementation in Ontario of the Recommendations of the Royal Commission on the Status of Women.
    • B1977-2 Towards Equity in the Pension System 

      Ontario Committee on the Status of Women (Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, Dec-77)
      The Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, a grassroots feminist group, was established in 1970. Its purpose was to seek implementation in Ontario of the Recommendations of the Royal Commission on the Status of Women.
    • B1979-1 The Disadvantage Majority 

      Ontario Committee on the Status of Women (Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, Mar-79)
      The Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, a grassroots feminist group, was established in 1970. Its purpose was to seek implementation in Ontario of the Recommendations of the Royal Commission on the Status of Women.
    • B1979-2 Equal Pay for Women 

      Ontario Committee on the Status of Women (Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, May-79)
      The Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, a grassroots feminist group, was established in 1970. Its purpose was to seek implementation in Ontario of the Recommendations of the Royal Commission on the Status of Women.
    • B1979-2 Equal Pay for Women 

      Ontario Committee on the Status of Women (Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, May-79)
      The Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, a grassroots feminist group, was established in 1970. Its purpose was to seek implementation in Ontario of the Recommendations of the Royal Commission on the Status of Women.
    • B1981-2 Submission to Ontario Legislative Committee on Pensions 

      Ontario Committee on the Status of Women (Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, Aug-81)
      The Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, a grassroots feminist group, was established in 1970. Its purpose was to seek implementation in Ontario of the Recommendations of the Royal Commission on the Status of Women.
    • B1983-1 Review of the Ontario Family Law Reform Act 

      Ontario Committee on the Status of Women (Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, Jan-83)
      The Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, a grassroots feminist group, was established in 1970. Its purpose was to seek implementation in Ontario of the Recommendations of the Royal Commission on the Status of Women.
    • B1983-2 Presentation to the Parliamentary Task Force on Pension Reform 

      Ontario Committee on the Status of Women (Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, Jun-83)
      The Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, a grassroots feminist group, was established in 1970. Its purpose was to seek implementation in Ontario of the Recommendations of the Royal Commission on the Status of Women.
    • Becoming a leader: the challenge of modesty for women 

      Budworth, Marie-Helene; Mann, Sara L. (Emerald, 2010)
      Purpose - While the number of women in managerial positions has been increasing, the gender composition of top management teams is skewed. There are barriers and obstacles in place that limit the movement of women into ...
    • Breastfeeding: power, ethics, poetics 

      Lee, Robyn
      "In this dissertation I aim to put women back into breastfeeding through the development of an ethics and poetics drawn from Levinas, Irigaray and the later work of Foucault. In contrast with currently dominant discourses, ...
    • Burden, screening, and treatment of depressive and anxious symptoms among women referred to cardiac rehabilitation : a prospective study 

      Cahill, Megan Catherine
      Women with cardiovascular disease experience a significantly greater burden of psychosocial distress than men. Clinical practice guidelines promote screening in cardiac rehabilitation (CR). The objectives of this thesis ...
    • Canada's bold experiment with pay equity 

      Singh, Parbudyal; Peng, Ping (Emerald, 2010)
      Purpose - The purpose of this paper is to examine the evolution, implementation and effectiveness of the Pay Equity Act in Ontario, Canada. Given that this Act is considered by many as the world's most progressive equal ...
    • Changes to Housing and Income Policies Threaten Women's Health 

      Bryant, Toba (2011)
      Public policy changes with regards to housing and income can have serious effects on a person’s health. The most vulnerable to these effects include lone parent families. Lone parent families led by men are just as vulnerable ...
    • Defying the Laws of Nature?: Menstruation and Female Intellect in Historical Perspective 

      Jenkins, Amanda Lauren (2015-01-26)
      In 19th and early 20th century America menstruation began to be constructed as a barrier to women wishing to access higher education. Male physicians warned of the supposed dangers studying would impose upon female ...
    • Do Welfare Reforms Make Abused Women Safer? 

      Mosher, Janet; Evans, Patricia M.; Little, Margaret (2007)
      Welfare reforms over the last decade have sustained, and even enhanced, the power of abusive men.
    • Domestic Violence Is Widespread in Guyana 

      Peake, Linda; Staeheli, Lynn A.; Kofman, Eleonore (2008)
      Domestic violence is a widespread part of everyday life in Guyana. Although the vast majority of abusers are men, women also engage in violence, especially when they have power over vulnerable people such as children and ...
    • Environmental Justice Is Not Possible Without Women's Voices 

      Rahder, Barbara (2012)
      Environmental justice cannot occur without engaging those who are the most affected. This includes women, who act as leaders in the community to support change.
    • Eros, women and technology 

      Ladly, Martha Jane
      Eros, Women, and Technology seeks to address the potential of a vibrant position for the body and a vital role for women in technoculture. The important job of imagining and re-imagining the potential of technologies to ...
    • Experiences of New Hebrides Housegirls Sheds Light on the History of Colonialism 

      Critchlow, Margaret; Rodman, Margaret; Kraemer, Daniela; Bolton, Lissant; Tarisesei, Jean; Rutherford, Noel (2009)
      Studying the experiences of New Hebrides house girls is a powerful way to understand the way colonialism shaped working conditions around the world.

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