This long awaited report (the process was started in 2007) has finally been released and is available here in pdf.
In President Shoukri’s covering letter (click here), he writes:
….one of the most prominent themes from the METRAC safety audit is the need to develop a more pronounced culture of safety and security for all community members. …The report also highlights opportunities for the enhancement to our services, programs, policies, and infrastructure. For those reasons, I have appointed Gary Brewer, Vice-President Finance and Administration, to lead a pan-University committee to review the report and develop a comprehensive action plan which will be developed over the summer. In early September, I will provide an update to the York Community….
www.nawl.ca offers Information about what the National Association of Women and the Law (Canada) does, including new projects like Campus Caucuses (actually a revival of an old project). Infrequent posting, but a site clearly set up for web 2.0 feminist activism. We’re keeping an eye on this one.
The Women’s Court of Canada is a collection of lawyers, academics and activists who decided to try rewriting the Supreme Court of Canada’s equality jurisprudence. The first round of judgments have been published in the Canadian Journal of Women and the Law, but they are also available on this site , along with interesting blog posts and other tidbits.
All are welcome at this Feminist Friday special event, our annual graduate student showcase, featuring Osgoode graduate students speaking about their work.
[speakers, time, location TBA]