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Timothy Heller Sep 25
It’s also really really hard reading about all of these other woman’s life and I feel like my story has been one of the most reactive but extremely overlooked because my story didn’t involve a man. It’s extremely isolating. It’s really hard to feel like anyone cares.
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Timothy Heller Sep 25
I put in a brave face but this has been the hardest year of my life, I truly can’t believe I’ve survived it. I face backlash and threats daily. This is my life
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#AfterMeToo Mar 26
There is no one way for survivors of sexual violence to react. Clinical psychologist Lori Haskell details how misinformed public assumptions can have damaging impact. See the full Roundtable episode on trauma:
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Melanie People’sChoice Scrofano Jan 11
"I will be your ally." 1st assistant director Emily Renner Wallace, at our production meeting For S3, letting everyone know that they don't have to put up with any bullshit.
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Mia Kirshner Dec 31
This is going to be a good year. Be safe tonight. Pamper yourself.Canadian activists have ‘ignited a spark’ via
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mandi gray Mar 12
Shout out to for starting the Canadian movement before it had a name. Why isn't anyone acknowledging her significant contribution to this movement in Canada?
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Susan K Robertson Dec 6
Talent agent Kish Iqbal says he's witnessed someone being "blacklisted" for refusing to take a meeting in a hotel room. People are punished not just for reporting, but for trying to protect themselves.
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amMETRAC Mar 7
The report, includes 9 calls to action, to address workplace sexual violence in the Canadian film, television and theatre industry. You can find the full report here:
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#AfterMeToo Mar 29
Prof. Charlene Senn explains just one of the simple and highly achievable things we can do in our workplaces to prevent sexual violence. See more from the Roundtables at .
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Jaspreet Sep 4
SEE YOU THIS SATURDAY With the support of partners ReFrame, TIME’S UP, and , we will hear from thought leaders and inspirational guests…
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#AfterMeToo Mar 22
"For every Harvey Weinstein story there are hundreds and thousands of stories across Canada of people in their workplaces we haven't heard". ICYMI spoke to this week about the priorities.
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Mia Kirshner Apr 25
is thrilled that , Canada's Minister of Culture and Heritage, is taking CONCRETE ACTION to create safe workspaces within the arts sector. This is just the beginning. Thank you for being a leader.
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Dr Sarah MacDonald May 1
Standards of proof outside of criminal law, evidence collection & interviewing re: on-campus violence were some of the topics I covered this week for the community. Im inspired by discussions with Investigators, Deans, Legal Counsel, among others!
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Maja B. Andreasen Jul 24
Still buzzing after the . It was so inspiring hearing about the great research on and I thoroughly enjoyed sharing my own research on Internet humour and rape discourse. As soon as I get a chance to publish you will all be the first to know!
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Sharon Waxman Sep 13
We are very proud to present this project of -please see what the consequences have been for the brave men and women who have told their truths. It has not been an easy road for them in the year since. h/t
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Sally-Anne Beverley 🏳️‍🌈🧙‍♀️🦄💙💜❤️ Jul 23
It's been a brilliant day, thank you to all of our wonderful speakers and to the fantastic organising team Jess Wild, Ellie Craig and . None of this would have been possible without these wonderful women
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Jody Wilson-Raybould Dec 6
I was honoured to participate in and lend my voice to the important symposium at the today. I am proud to stand with survivors and work together to address sexual violence, harassment & discrimination in all its forms.
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Eleanor McMahon Dec 6
An important conversation. Kudos first, to the brave survivors for courageously sharing their stories hoping that their voices will drive change. And to all assembled, including & for embracing that change opportunity.
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Paul Sun-Hyung Lee Sep 10
It seems my speech from the 2017 CSA’s are making the rounds again. Humbly, I present my speech from the 2018 Awards:
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Infifanews 13h
founder and FIFA Women’s World Cup marketer honoured by UWindsor
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