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    • Abortion Rights in Quebec and Ireland: Divergent Paths 

      Harris, Laura Diane (2016-09-20)
      The ability to control ones personal reproduction should be experienced by all women, regardless of citizenship. For Irish women, however, this does not exist. Irelands constitutional protection of a fetal right to life ...
    • B1975-3 Government's Proposed Birth Control and Family Planning Program 

      Ontario Committee on the Status of Women (Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, 1975-04-17)
      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.
    • Choices and compromises: the abortion movement in Canada 1969-1988 

      Palmer, Elizabeth Genevieve Wells
      This dissertation explores pro-choice activism in Canada following the 1969 omnibus bill that decriminalized abortion. The 1969 legal amendments permitted abortions performed in accredited hospitals and approved by the ...
    • Newsletter 

      Ontario Committee on the Status of Women (Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, 1972)
      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.
    • The Church and the law: examining the role of Christianity in shaping sexual politics in Jamaica 

      Lazarus, Latoya Latesha
      This thesis examines the ways in which a number of faith discourses and institutions seen to comprise 'the Christian religion' - at least in its Jamaican manifestations -continue to shape sexual politics and discourses in ...

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