Diversity

Academic Freedom and Diversity in Canadian Universities (1995)

Women's Education Des Femmes, Fall, Vol. 11, No. 4

This paper was presented at the Canadian Studies Conference on "The Canadian University in the Twenty-first Century” in 1994. The author discusses diversification among faculty, staff and student populations in universities in Canada and in other Western industrial states, as well as academic freedom, as it relates to rights of students, faculty and staff to challenge existing power relations.

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2003-10-22

Northern Writes 9: Entries from the 2001 NWT Writing Contest (2001)

Stories and poems written by Northerners.
Northern Writes helps Northerners share their stories.

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Linking the Generations (1998)

The mandate of Battle Harbour Literacy Council is to promote the importance of literacy for people of all ages, provide literacy services and work cooperatively with other organizations and agencies to provide opportunities for literacy advancement.

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