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Must Reads for the Week of November 28th

newspaper stackThe International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women was this week, which kicked off 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence. The last day will end on December 10th with the International Human Rights Day. Check out the Canadian government’s website to learn more and how you can take action to end violence against women. 

If you want to share resources with your friends and family, check out The Facts About Violence against Women in Canada and Tips for parents to help their teens develop skills they need to create healthy relationships.

If you have an article that you think we missed, let us know in the comments section!

  1. If you haven’t read our post for the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, here it is: “I Am a Feminist Because It’s Still Not Safe to Be a Woman.”
     
  2. Let’s not forget what might have happened to Ghomeshi if only one of his accusers had come forward. If there had been only one.
     
  3. The tech sector has tackled sexual violence like it tackles laundry delivery, and entirely missed the point. Why Rape is not a data problem.
     
  4. How Ghomeshi scandal sparked global dialogue on rape.
     
  5. We Can't Stop Violence Against Women If We Love Celebrity Abusers.
     
  6. Little Girl Fights Gendered Toys One Look of Disgust at a Time.
     
  7. How does access to Technology Lead to Gender Equality? (Infographic)
     
  8. Unwittingly or not, modern feminism is leaving its disabled sisters out of the discussion.
     
  9. It’s suddenly cool to be a feminist. But what does that mean for feminism as a movement.
     
  10. The only thing a creepy dude will respect is another dude. Watch College Humor show you how ridiculous this notion is through their hilarious video – “Hate Cat Calling? Try Blow Up Boyfriend!

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