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After Trump and Pussy Hats...

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Chris Hedges and leading Vancouver feminist Suzanne Jay.
Tickets - $10. Buy online here.

UNSPEAKABLE: Chris Hedges' new book on the most taboo topics in America will be available for sale at a discounted price.

No one will be turned away
Please call Vancouver Rape Relief for a complimentary ticket 604-876-0872.

Free Child Care activities available on site - phone Vancouver Rape Relief to register 604-876-0872

Date: 
Friday, March 3, 2017 - 6:15pm
After Trump and Pussy Hats... Chris Hedges, Suzanne Jay

Statement regarding charges against Detective Jim Fisher

The Vancouver Abolition Coalition applauds the brave women who revealed sexist attacks carried out by Detective Constable Jim Fisher. We also appreciate the officer who came forward with his/her concerns about Detective Constable Fisher. Revealing a powerful man’s sexism and violence is not an easy decision given the history of police response to women who report sexual assault.

International Approaches to Prostitution: Germany, Sweden & Canada

Event is free. RSVP on eventbrite.Prostitution is a controversial issue around the world, including Canada. This panel will discuss the impact of the different approaches to prostitution adopted by Sweden and Germany. Speakers will also examine Canada's new prostitution law with a focus on Vancouver.

A presentation with International guest speakers

Date: 
Tuesday, September 20, 2016 - 6:30pm
International Approaches to Prostitution

Prostitution & Imperialism Topic for Discussion by Asian Women Groups at World Social Forum

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - August 9, 2016

[MONTREAL] The relationship between imperialism and prostitution will be the focus of discussion between three leading Asian women feminist groups at the World Social Forum. Featured participants in the roundtable discussion include United States based transnational women’s group AF3IRM, the Philippine Women’s Centre of Ontario, and Asian Women for Equality Society. The roundtable is free and open to the public. It takes place August 11, Thursday 9 am -11:30 at the Cegep du Vieux Montreal, 255, Rue Ontario E.

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