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Interviews

WomenatthecentrE interviewed on Mediation Station

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Our ED Nneka MacGregor and placement student Nicole Classen were guests on Gregg Fenten’s radio programme ‘Mediation Station’.

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The programme’s topic was ‘Facts to Dispel The Myths’, and were honoured to be invited to talk about the importance of getting the true facts on intimate partner violence out to the world, in an effort to dispel the common myths people associate with this issue.

Click here to listen to the entire interview.

A huge thank you to Gregg for having us back on his show and for playing a part in spreading awareness!

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Nneka MacGregor interviewed about restraining orders on US radio show

Our executive director Nneka was interviewed by Michelle King Robson and Pamela Peeke on their radio show HER Radio, a part of Radio MD’s network of health and wellness-related radio shows.

She gave her insight on the why’s, what’s and how’s on the topic of restraining orders.

Lister to her interview on HER Radio here! http://radiomd.com/show/her-radio/item/22436-restraining-orders-when-to-get-one-why

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Interview on Mediation Station

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WomenatthecentrE Board co-chair Veronica Campos and executive director Nneka MacGregor had the pleasure of appearing on the radio show ‘Mediation Station’, hosted by the fantastic Gregg Fenten.

The discussion touched on the intimate partner violence, specifically the topic of survivors of violence and the importance of social advocacy.

 

Click here to listen to the full interview.

 

We were so happy to be on the programme and give our huge thanks to Gregg!

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Board co-chair Tope Adefarakan publishes op-ed on #BringBackOurGirls

This great op-ed piece was published in the Toronto Star, and talks about the measures needed to #BringBackOurGirls.

Read the article here.

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Guy Talk: A WomenatthecentrE Event

We’re excited to be hosting a panel discussion on engaging boys and men as allies in ending gender-based violence. This is a free public event and all are welcome!

Click here for more information about Guy Talk, and click here to confirm your attendance via Facebook.

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Board member Margaret interviewed by Ward and Al

Listen to this great interview of our Board Member Margaret Barrie, who heads the Criminal Justice portfolio.

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The Court System from a Social Worker Perspective

My name is Linda, and I’m a fourth year Bachelor of Social Work student at York University. I am currently completing my practicum experience at WomenatthecentrE, an organization devoted to transforming lives and eradicating violence against women. Everything about the organization appealed to me, but I became particularly interested when I was introduced to the Court Watch program.
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The Trials of Observing Trials

Similar to the other volunteers here on the blog, I became involved in the Courtwatch project thanks to Adam. I recently completed a master’s degree in Gender, Feminist and Women’s Studies at York University and while my thesis focused on the issue of how to make high school curriculum more inclusive, the lack of formal teaching and discussion of healthy relationships in schools is one I have always found troubling. (more…)

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CBC Radio interviews MASAVAW participant Gaby

Our wonderful Toronto member and MASAVAW participant Gaby was interviewed by CBC Radio to discuss WomenatthecentrE and our Kilimanjaro project.
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The CN Tower Helps Us Shine The Light

Today is the day people across Ontario wore purple in support of the Shine The Light initiative, which encourages dialogue and discussion about the topic of violence against women.

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