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ASAP Awards – Interview With Nitika Pant Tai

Fabiana Kubke | PLOS.org | October 21, 2013

Communities with limited wealth suffer of diseases in a way that many of us may never come to be confronted with. Poverty befriends disease, and many diseases befriend shame. Read More »

Barbara Kay: Our Male-Victimizing Myths Live On

Barbara Kay | National Post | March 27, 2013

Twenty years ago Earl Silverman of Calgary, fleeing his home to escape violence from his abusive wife, had no refuge to take shelter in. There were plenty of shelters for women victims of domestic abuse, but for men the only publicly funded services were for anger management. The message was clear to Silverman: “As a victim, I was re-victimized by having these services telling me I wasn’t a victim, but I was a perpetrator.” Read More »