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Kimberley Ens Manning

Conseillère sur le site EvidenceNetwork.ca et directrice de l'Institut Simone De Beauvoir et professeure agrégée de science politique à l'Université Concordia.

Conseillère sur le site EvidenceNetwork.ca et directrice de l'Institut Simone De Beauvoir et professeure agrégée de science politique à l'Université Concordia. En tant que membre fondateur du conseil d'administration d'Enfants transgenres Canada, elle présente souvent des exposés publics sur les enfants transgenres et leur famille.
Bill C-16 Sends A Clear Message: Trans Rights Are Women's

Bill C-16 Sends A Clear Message: Trans Rights Are Women's Rights

Indeed, Bill C-16 helps to redress incomplete protections for some of the most vulnerable women in Canadian society today: transgender women. For over a decade now, however, legislation aiming to protect transgender rights has stalled. Numerous lives have continued to be tragically impacted by discrimination, harassment and violence in the meantime.
06/14/2017 11:34 EDT
Laws Can Reduce Bullying For Transgender

Laws Can Reduce Bullying For Transgender Youth

Laws can make a huge difference in the lives of LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer) youth and children -- and yes -- laws can even reduce the bullying they experience. Transgender youth experience bullying at much higher rates than their cisgender (non-transgender) peers.
06/09/2017 02:50 EDT
How We're Trying to Inject Health Policy Into Mainstream

How We're Trying to Inject Health Policy Into Mainstream Media

For the last 30 years or so, Canadians have repeatedly flagged healthcare as the most important national concern and the issue they want their political leaders to prioritize. Surveys and studies and polls and panels -- there have been plenty -- all come up with the same finding: Canadians care about healthcare.
06/25/2015 12:46 EDT