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Strategies for social change: Considering electoral politics, human rights mechanisms, self-government and anti-globalization strategies, plenary 3

Third plenary of Canadian Association of Sexual Assault Centres (CASAC) conference titled Women’s Resistance – From Victimization to Criminalization held on October 1-3, 2001 at the Government Conference Centre (2 Rideau Street, Ottawa). Third plenary round table speakers: Daisy Kler (chair), Judy Rebick, Dr. Carolyn Bennett, Gwen Brodsky, Patricia Monture-Angus, Dr. Julia Sudbury, Lee Lakeman, and Nathalie Duhamel.

Locating this conference in the wider world, plenary 1

First plenary from Canadian Association of Sexual Assault Centres (CASAC) conference titled Women’s Resistance – From Victimization to Criminalization held on October 1-3, 2001 at the Government Conference Centre (2 Rideau Street, Ottawa). Opening plenary speakers are Diana Yaros (chair), Tina Beads, Senator Landon Pearson, Dr. Hedy Fry, Dr. Sunera Thobani, Dr. Julia Sudbury, Suzy Rojtman, Kim Pate, and Lee Lakeman.

Interview with Lee Lakeman and Ann Hansen

Interview with Lee Lakeman and Ann Hansen by Jen from Women Visions Collective (stated at min 6:56). Ann Hansen is an anarchist who was on parole for involvement with Direct Action and Women's Fire Brigade. Lee Lakeman is a known feminist activist with strong national and provincial influence. Topics include male violence against women, Ann's book launch for Direct Action: Memoirs of and Urban Guerrilla, 2002. One tape recorder from Rape Relief and two tape recorders from Co-op Radio were recording the interview.

Service and advocacy debate, plenary 5

Fifth plenary of Canadian Association of Sexual Assault Centres (CASAC) conference titled Women’s Resistance – From Victimization to Criminalization held on October 1-3, 2001 at the Government Conference Centre (2 Rideau Street, Ottawa). Fifth plenary round table Suzanne Jay (chair): Nicole Robillard, Josephine Grey, Heather MacKenzie, Kim Pate, and Leslie Kelman.

Can we/will we form a pan-Canadian coalition against a “law and order” agenda?, plenary 7

Seventh plenary of Canadian Association of Sexual Assault Centres (CASAC) conference titled Women’s Resistance – From Victimization to Criminalization held on October 1-3, 2001 at the Government Conference Centre (2 Rideau Street, Ottawa). Plenary round table speakers: Sheila McIntyre (chair), Eileen Morrow, Lee Lakeman, and Dr. Julia Sudbury.

Rewriting our future

Credits at the end of video read "This cafe evening was part of the Urban Women's Anti-Violence Strategy 2009. A week of public activities to unite and deepen the alliance between Vancouver feminist organizations against male violence against women" and "Images are crayon and paper details of 3' by 4' works by Janet Lakeman created for Vancouver Rape Relief and Women's Shelter in the 1980's to 'reflect back to residents the conversations between women in the transition house'. Originals hang in the transition house. Audio is excerpted from a live recording at Bean Around the World Cafe, Vancouver on April 21, 2009."

Can law deliver for all women?, plenary 2

Second plenary of Canadian Association of Sexual Assault Centres (CASAC) conference titled Women’s Resistance – From Victimization to Criminalization held on October 1-3, 2001 at the Government Conference Centre (2 Rideau Street, Ottawa). Second plenary speakers are Dawn McBride (chair), Madam Justice Louise Arbour, Supreme Court of Canada, Former War Crimes Prosecutor and Commissioner for the Inquiry Into Certain Events at the Prison for Women in Kingston
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