Government of Canada appoints special ministerial representative and indigenous-led organization to address calls for justice

OTTAWA, IN, January 10, 2023 /CNW/ – Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Canadian Affairs Today the Honorable Marc Miller, Crown Minister for Indigenous Relations, announced the appointment of jennifer moore rattray as Special Ministerial Representative who will provide advice and recommendations, through engagement with families, survivors, partners, and organizations, in support of Call for Justice 1.7 … Read more

Government of Canada appoints special ministerial representative and indigenous-led organization to address calls for justice

OTTAWA, IN, January 10, 2023 /CNW/ – Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Canadian Affairs Today the Honorable Marc Miller, Crown Minister for Indigenous Relations, announced the appointment of jennifer moore rattray as Special Ministerial Representative who will provide advice and recommendations, through engagement with families, survivors, partners, and organizations, in support of Call for Justice 1.7 … Read more

Improve access to justice for Canadians through court training on intimate partner and family violence in the family justice system

OTTAWA, IN, December 6, 2022 /CNW/ – Family violence and intimate partner violence (IPV) are serious public health problems and can have immediate and long-term consequences for victims and their families, including physical, mental, cognitive, and financial damage. Furthermore, seeking justice can be difficult and re-traumatize those affected by IPV and family violence. Improving the … Read more

Justice Chandrachud Disagrees With The Beatles, Says ‘We Need More Than Love’

New Delhi: While speaking at an event on LGBTQ+ rights, Supreme Court Justice DY Chandrachud on Tuesday, August 30, said that he disagreed with the lyrics of the famous Beatles song ‘All You Need Is Love’. Judge Chandrachud referred to the song to emphasize that decriminalizing homosexuality will not only achieve equality and end discrimination … Read more

Justice Chandrachud disagrees with the Beatles, says ‘We need more than love’

New Delhi: While speaking at an event on LGBTQ+ rights, Supreme Court Justice DY Chandrachud on Tuesday, August 30, said he disagreed with the lyrics of the famous Beatles song ‘All You Need Is Love’. Justice Chandrachud referred to the song to emphasize that decriminalizing homosexuality will not only achieve equality and end discrimination against … Read more

SC verdict on hijab ban: Congress says issue will continue to attract court attention, BJP says religious freedom cannot be used to promote ‘separatism’

Shortly after the Supreme Court delivered a split verdict on the hijab ban, Congress said the matter would continue to attract high court attention, while the BJP said it would always oppose students wearing any other clothing than other than the uniform in a school, noting that religious freedom cannot be used to promote “separatism.” … Read more

Justice, Law and Public Policy Discussed at Annual Democratic Dinner

Following the recent reversal of Roe v. Wade, it was only fitting that the two speakers at the Atkinson-Arnall Tribute Dinner were attorneys and the issue of women’s empowerment was a persistent theme. The Atkinson-Arnall Tribute is named for William Yates Atkinson and Ellis Gibbs Arnall, the two Governors of Georgia who were from Coweta … Read more

Keeping the score: “Justice has been a long time coming”

In every number of Millisecond., we track research on our progress in the fight for equality, catalog must-see quotes from feminist voices, and keep track of the many milestones of the feminist movement. Were keeping the marker also online, in this fortnightly digest. let’s not forget “The fulfillment of one set of obligations requires the … Read more

Leading abortion research group employs law firm that donated thousands of dollars to anti-abortion politicians

know about Leading abortion research group employs law firm that donated thousands of dollars to anti-abortion politicians in details Photo: Kevin Dietsch; Chip Somodevilla (fake images) The Guttmacher Institute, the world’s leading reproductive rights think tank, was a tense place to work. Hybrid work schedules. Microsoft Teams health checks. As the Supreme Court moved closer … Read more

NCJW and JWA Partner on Reproductive Justice Storytelling Initiative

know about NCJW and JWA Partner on Reproductive Justice Storytelling Initiative in details Storytelling is an act of transmission, but several Jewish professionals hope that it will also serve as a means of activism. In preparation for Rosh Hashanah, and in conjunction with a self-described “action week,” The National Council of Jewish Women is partnering … Read more

Switching to Bon Secours Mercy Health Contradicts Oberlin Values ​​– The Oberlin Review

know about Switching to Bon Secours Mercy Health Contradicts Oberlin Values ​​– The Oberlin Review in details Two days before most students returned to campus, President Carmen Twillie Ambar announced that Harness Health Partners had decided not to provide a number of essential gender-affirming and reproductive health services. These services include the prescription of Plan … Read more

Dixon appears to make the case that voters can support her and the November abortion rights ballot measure ⋆ Michigan Advance

know about Dixon appears to make the case that voters can support her and the November abortion rights ballot measure ⋆ Michigan Advance in details In a Thursday night tweet after the Michigan Supreme Court decision that voters will be able to decide on a measure guaranteeing abortion rights, Republican gubernatorial candidate Tudor Dixon appeared … Read more

South Carolina’s abortion vote exposes fissures in the GOP over how extreme it should be

know about South Carolina’s abortion vote exposes fissures in the GOP over how extreme it should be in details On the first day of debate this week on a bill that will ban nearly all abortions in South Carolina, state senator sand senn he made one last political appeal to his colleagues. “Let’s put this … Read more

Post-Roe, continuing furor over abortion rights decision looms over November election in Maryland and beyond – Baltimore Sun

know about Post-Roe, continuing furor over abortion rights decision looms over November election in Maryland and beyond – Baltimore Sun in details In Kansas, a record number of primary voters overwhelmingly chose to protect him. In New York, a congressional candidate in a close race focused his campaign on her and won. And in November, … Read more

The White House plan to protect the right to abortion

know about The White House plan to protect the right to abortion in details Good morning early risers. Thanks to all the readers who weighed in on the new Obama White House portraits. Some of you love the new ones, while others prefer the ones from the National Portrait Gallery. Now we wait for the … Read more