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Batrimoine. mémoire et fantômes

Batrimoine. mémoire et fantômes

Curator: Nashwa Lina Khan   This piece takes from archival images of Bousbir - what was essentially a sex prison in Morocco during colonial occupation and news articles from the present about an ‘uncolonized’ Morocco  The role of Moroccan women in the world is one that I explore throughout these pieces and my larger body

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Making sex education more accessible to young people by theatre

Making sex education more accessible to young people by theatre

by Shira Taylor In 2014, as a fresh-faced doctoral candidate, I walked into one of Toronto’s most diverse and overpopulated high schools with the idea of making sex education more accessible by inviting young people to sing, rap, and dance about everything from chlamydia to menstruation to homophobia. On my first visit to Marc Garneau

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Alia Abbas

Alia Abbas

About Alia Abbas  Alia Abbas (she/her) is the CEO/Founder of Alia Consulting – an Economic Development Firm with an offices in Toronto and Texas. She was previously an Economic Development Officer at the City of Toronto. She has experience assisting local and foreign businesses with their expansion plans into the Toronto Region.  Her academic accomplishments

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Geopolitical framings of subalterity in education

Geopolitical framings of subalterity in education

As an urban, social and political geographer Professor Ranu Basu’s research explores questions of power, space and activism focusing on the urban geographies of migration and displacement; critical geographies of education; and the politics of redistributive justice. Basu’s current SSHRC Insight project on ‘Subalterity, Education and Welfare Cities’ traces the geopolitical impacts of forced displacement

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Developing practical solutions to climate change

Developing practical solutions to climate change

As Director of the International Renewable Energy Academy (IREA), Co-Chair of the Sustainable Energy Initiative (SEI), and founding member of Project Climate Change/Climate Solutions Park, Professor Jose Etcheverry is focused on developing practical solutions to climate change through collaborative efforts with various partners and stakeholders. He is part of York University’s Board of Governors and the Senate Executive where he is working with colleagues towards achieving

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Kristina Delidjakova 

Kristina Delidjakova 

About Kristina Delidjakova  Kristina Delidjakova (she/her) is a Water Resources Coordinator at the City of Richmond Hill! In this role, Kristina is responsible for the initiation and coordination of capital plan projects for the rehabilitation of stormwater infrastructure and stream restoration, as well as the coordination of other special projects . We caught up with

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