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Telling the story of harassment in the RCMP

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On February 1, former RCMP Constable Janet Merlo spoke to a packed gathering hosted by the Department of Gender Studies at Memorial University about her experience of sexual harassment in the force. The harassment she along with thousands of other women in the RCMP experienced became the subject of a class action suit that was settled out of court last year. Her story, which is outlined in detail in her own book No One To Tell: Breaking My Silence on Life in the RCMP, is a powerful one that tackles a misogyny still deeply rooted in many workplaces, and one we thought we should share. Merlo looks out across campus, reminiscing about her days as a student and how much the university landscape has changed. An alumni of Squires House, she fondly recalls some of the antics of residence life. Joining the RCMP was not a career move she’d planned…

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Snelgrove verdict brings consent into focus

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Police officer’s acquittal in sexual assault case demonstrates how justice system fails rape victims.

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Slutwalk organizers tackle a “deeply embedded” rape culture

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Media and popular stereotypes about sexual assault are still a long way from reality, say organizers.

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Canada’s legal system is sexist and broken

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The Ghomeshi ruling is just the tip of the iceberg.

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Futile fight in a broken system

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Agree with the Ghomeshi verdict or not, no one who heard the ruling can honestly say they don’t understand why victims don’t come forward.

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Violence against women and sexual assault in St. John’s taxis

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Deputy Mayor is shocked, but it’s the same old story for the Status of Women Council.

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This is the real story we need to be talking about

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Sexual assault victims are afraid to report crimes in Canada, so our energies need to be focused on tackling that challenge rather than taking sides in a case we know too little about

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Changing the discussion on sexual violence

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In order to change the statistics we need to change the conversation

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Choosing words wisely

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All too often, people engage in sexual harassment without even realizing it, and that’s not okay either

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The SMU controversy: How not to do things with words

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The “words are not actions” defense is misguided, and here’s why…

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Why we should call things by their name

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The case of Amanda Todd: not just about bullying

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She was asking for it

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The way society – and the legal system – deals with rape is a serious problem

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