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**view a copy of the slides from our 2021 webinar** Due to the success of our first webinar in July 2020, join us for this 1-hourfollow up presentation hosted by the Rights of Non-Status Women Networkin partnership with the Barbra … Continue reading
**A warm thanks to those who were able to join us for today’s presentation** You can view a copy of our presentation slides here: Presentation PDF Join us for this virtual presentation hosted by the Rights of Non-Status Women Network … Continue reading
The network is pleased to share recent research conducted by Shelby Martin at the University of Toronto. The research report titled “Creating a Culture of Care: Navigating the Politics of Life and Death in the Clinical Setting” also includes a … Continue reading
We stand in solidarity with the family of George Floyd, murdered by the police in Minneapolis.
Racism and police brutality must be eradicated everywhere, and Canada is not immune. Continue reading
The Rights of Non-Status Women Network is pleased to share research produced by Melanie Da Costa on Toronto Police Services. Read this research by clicking here (PDF) The research was conducted as part of Melanie’s community placement with our Network … Continue reading
Rights of Non-Status Women Network Statement on COVID-19 Continue reading
The Rights of Non-Status Women Network (RNSWN) firmly opposes the cuts to, and lack of funding for, public services in Ontario as proposed in the 2019 provincial budget (Bill 100). Since the budget has not yet passed second reading, the … Continue reading
Check out our latest research report on the experiences of Non-Status Persons accessing City of Toronto Services. Read a Summary of the Report Read the Full Report
Wednesday, May 24, 2017 from 9:30 to 4:00 p.m. at University of Toronto Please join us for our spring forum, a biannual networking and information sharing event. The forum’s morning panel will present individuals’ and front line workers’ struggles and … Continue reading