Their decisions about where money will flow or be cut back have direct impact on the prevalence of gender-based violence, discrimination, and poverty.
Jessica Mustachi is the Coordinator of Ontario Campaign 2000: End Child and Family Poverty in Canada, hosted by Family Service Toronto. She brings over 10 years of experience working in Canada, the UK, and India to her advocacy work within the fields of child and family poverty, community safety, gender sensitive planning, and community health. Prior to Campaign 2000, Jessica worked at METRAC Metropolitan Action Committee on Violence Against Women and Children (METRAC) and other non-profits in Canada and internationally. She holds an MSc from the London School of Economics and Political Science in Health, Community and Development.
Bill 148 promises change, but loopholes could put part-time, contract and precarious workers' jobs and families at risk.
10/31/2017 17:28 EDT
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