Poster in blue titled "Maternity, Paternity and Adoption Leaves in Federal and Provincial Jurisdictions, 1983". Each row represents a province or territory in Canada, while the columns contain information relating to the legal status of parental leave in the country in 1983. The columns include the following for maternity leave: notice, maximum basic length of leave, extension of leave, seniority benefits, reinstatement, rights of employer to require leave, pregnancy-related illness ; as well as one column for paternity leave ; and finally, one column for adoption leave.
This file contains copies of the work "Safe and Secure: Eliminating Violence Against Women and Girls in Muslim Societies", produced by the Sisterhood is Global Institute (SIGI) in multiple languages. [Only the English and French copies have been retained.]
This file contains copies of the work "Claiming our Rights: A Manual for Women's Human Rights Education in Muslim Societies", produced by the Sisterhood is Global Institute (SIGI). Written by Mahnaz Afkhami and Haleh Vaziri, the manual was used during workshops beginning in 1996. It is intended "as an important catalyst for discussion an debate among women about their human rights priorities." The work was produced in multiple languages, including English, Arabic, Bengali, Russian, Hindi, Malay, Uzbek, Azerbaijani, and Urdu. [Only the English copy has been retained.]
This file consists of a poster by the Power of Women Collective, with a black and white image and the text: "None so fit / to break the / chains as as those / who wear them" / Connolly / in solidarity with Irish Women/power of women collective
This file consists of a poster for International Women's Day, produced by the Congress of Canadian Women and printed by Press Gang, a feminist, worker controlled collective. The poster includes a quote by James Oppenheim, 1912.