Articles 2020

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Sex Ed Reform: An Unfinished Business

Sex Ed Reform: An Unfinished Business

  • 06 novembre 2019
  • Marcus McCann, author; Lilia Azatian, editor

The unsettling truth is that the fight over Ontario’s 2015 sexual health curriculum was a fight over a very imperfect document. People expect a lot of a sex ed document: it’s supposed to touch on a broad range of topics, including anatomy, gender, sexual intercourse, birth control, online safety, relationships, and bullying. Some of these are sensitive subjects. Ideally, the curriculum should capture the social realities facing today’s students, and prepare them for the world they live in.

Orientation et identité sexuelles, Student Forum

A Clear Affirmation from the Supreme Court of Canada: LGBTQ+ Individuals in the Legal Profession Matter

  • 02 novembre 2018
  • Adam James and Savannah DeWolfe, authors; Lilia Azatian, editor

In June, the Supreme Court of Canada reinforced the importance of equitable access to legal education in its highly anticipated decisions Trinity Western University v Law Society of Upper Canada and Law Society of British Columbia v Trinity Western University. These decisions reaffirmed the Court’s role as a defender of LGBTQ+ rights.

Orientation et identité sexuelles, Student Forum

SOGIC Celebrates 22 Years on World AIDS Day

  • 02 décembre 2016
  • Mile Komlen

SOGIC’s anniversary on World AIDS Day, December 1 (which also launches the start of Aboriginal AIDS Awareness Week in Canada), is a time for reflection on what has been achieved regarding the national and global response to HIV and what we still must achieve.

Orientation et identité sexuelles