Segregation

It's Time To End Solitary Confinement In Ontario Jails

Renu Mandhane | Posted 03.08.2016 | Canada Politics
Renu Mandhane

Every year, thousands of people are placed in segregation in jails and penitentiaries across the country. Systemic data about the use of segregation in both provincial and federal contexts indicates that segregation is being overused on -- and causing particular harm for -- vulnerable groups, such as black and indigenous prisoners, women, and those with mental health disabilities.

How City Planning Can Cause Greater Generational Divides

Markus Moos | Posted 03.22.2015 | Canada Politics
Markus Moos

An absence of multigenerational interaction may seem like a blessing to some, but it has those in city planning concerned. Just as our neighbourhoods have traditionally been segregated by race, ethnicity, income and culture, today they're also increasingly split by age.

Why South Africa is Still Dealing With Segregation and Poverty

Craig and Marc Kielburger | Posted 02.17.2014 | Canada Impact
Craig and Marc Kielburger

The South African Reconciliation Barometer, a survey of racial and social attitudes, consistently finds a deeply divided nation. Less than 40 per cent of South Africans socialize with people of another race, while only 22 per cent of white South Africans and a fifth of black South Africans live in racially integrated neighbourhoods.

Ideas About Modernizing Islam

Farzana Hassan | Posted 03.31.2013 | Canada
Farzana Hassan

Members of the audience at the launch of my new book exchanged ideas on modernizing or "moderating" Islam. Was there indeed a window of opportunity to interpret Islam's precepts in line with modern sensibilities on women's rights? Was there potential to change people's attitudes on the status of minorities in Muslim countries?