What the Presidential Debates Reveal About Privilege and Sexual Assault

Marvin JS Ferrer I’m with her. The United States presidential debates are over and election day is fast approaching.  Unless there are longstanding structural polling biases in her favour, Hillary Clinton will most likely be the next President of the United States. Thank goodness. Many commentators have debated the effectiveness or relevance (or lack thereof) […]

Ontario’s Plan to End Sexual Violence and Harassment

Alexis Mulvenna and Leah Bowes On Monday, August 10, Beyond the Headlines, the School of Public Policy and Governance’s student radio show, will be airing an episode entitled “Women in Public Policy” that will discuss the role of women in leadership positions in government and the public service. The guests will discuss a wide range […]