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Marika Morris

Research, communications and training consultant & Adjunct Research Professor, School of Canadian Studies, Carleton University, Ottawa

Marika Morris is a research, training and communications consultant and an Adjunct Research Professor in the School of Canadian Studies at Carleton University, Ottawa.
Do Women Public Service Leaders Make A

Do Women Public Service Leaders Make A Difference?

Canada is now number one in the world in terms of the representation of women in the public service, including at leadership levels. The Centre for Women in Politics and Public Leadership at Carleton University released a research report I authored, asking the question, now that women are in, what difference does it make?
06/21/2016 04:45 EDT
Stand Together Against Terrorism, Not Each

Stand Together Against Terrorism, Not Each Other

Some people think violence is a way to solve their problems or effect change in the world. It is important for us to understand that they want us to be divided, to be fearful and suspicious of one another. In order to stand strong in the face of terrorism, we must stand together across race, ethnicity, language, religion, and nationality.
11/14/2015 04:52 EST
Reconciliation Starts With a Ringing

Reconciliation Starts With a Ringing Bell

Reconciliation is to come together, understand each other, and move forward with a new and better relationship. It may start with ringing a bell or planting a garden, but there is a long road to walk ahead.
05/28/2015 06:06 EDT