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Rise of conservatism in its various forms: strategies (continued), NGO Forum on Women, Beijing '95

Audio recording of the Global Tribunal discussing the strategies against the rise of conservatism in its various forms, and strategies to the obstacles to peace and human security (continued) on September 4, 1995 in the morning at the NGO Forum on Women '95 held in conjunction to UN Fourth World Conference on Women, Beijing. The Forum, held from 30 August – 8 September, has an accompanying program book titled ‘Look at the World Through Women’s Eyes’, an excerpt reads: “The NGO Forum on Women ’95 and the Fourth World Conference on Women are being convened at a time of powerful and irreversible global changes that are having a wide impact on our lives. The Program of Plenaries will present critical analyses of these current global forces, examine responses, and provide the impetus for NGO action plans for the 21st century. These plenaries will provide the Forum with an historic opportunity to present the global community with a vision for the 21st century, one that is human-centered and informed by looking at the world through women’s eyes.”

Sylvia Ostry interview

Oral history interview with Sylvia Ostry Canadian economist and public servant. Topics include: University of Manitoba, women in medical school, women in government, child care, OECD, women in economics, separatism in Quebec.

Wendy Lawrence June 7 interview

Oral history June 7th interview with Wendy Lawrence former member of the Ontario Committee on the Status of Women. Topics include: Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, Doris Anderson, women in government, CIDA, women in development.

Breast Cancer interview Judith Quinlan 2014

Audio interview with Judith Quinlan (interviewee) in 2014 by Dr. Lorna Boschman (Interviewer). The interview covers Judith Quinlan’s experience with breast cancer treatment and care, demographic information, Judith's life as a lesbian and political activist. The interview occurs with Judith at the age of 65 in Honeymoon Bay, Vancouver Island, British Columbia. At the time of the interview, Judith is a retired physiotherapist working part-time while also teaching choir to youth, setting up an arts center, doing theatre and art. The interview is part of the Cancer’s Margins arts and community-based research study. The study examined how LGBT2Q people diagnosed with breast or gynecologic cancer have access to, locate and share cancer knowledge, and their experiences with care, support, and treatment. During the study, Dr. Boschman was the project coordinator and was the post-doctoral fellow to Dr. Mary Bryson at the University of British Columbia who was the Principle Investigator of Cancer’s Margins in BC. Lorna Boschman also co-designed and led the Cancer’s Margins Digital Storytelling Workshop with Mary Bryson.

Angela Burke Kerrigan interview

Interview with Angela Burke Kerrigan, Public Relations Officer for the Royal Commission on the Status of Women, in Knowlton, Eastern Townships, QC, August 27, 1995. Interview by Barbara M. Freeman
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