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Human Rights Institute of Canada fonds

  • UAA-2013-051
  • Fonds
  • 1928-2012

The Human Rights Institute of Canada fonds contains the records of the Human Rights Institute of Canada and its founder and president, Marguerite Ritchie. The Human Rights Institute of Canada is an independent, not for profit, non-partisan research group which conducts and promotes research into issues that impede equality for Canadians, as per the United Nations’ Universal Declaration of Human Rights, with a specific focus on women’s equality. This Institute was founded by Ottawa based lawyer, Marguerite Ritchie, a former lawyer for the Department of Justice and Vice-Chair of the Anti-Dumping Tribunal. The fundamental premise of the Institute was to provide expert legal research to the Canadian people in the same way that the Department of Justice gives legal advice to the Government of Canada. As founder and President, Marguerite Ritchie set the tone for the Institute and this fonds also contains her papers from before she founded the Human Rights Institute of Canada.

The materials in this fonds date from 1934 to 2013. Materials from the Human Rights Institute of Canada are from 1973 to 2013, while legal research materials date back to the 1700s. The fonds pertains predominately to Canada, with some research on the United States of America (USA), Europe, the Soviet Union (USSR), the Middle East, and Africa. With the exception of United Nations conferences and research on Israel, most of the research on other nations and regions is for a point of comparison for rights, equality, and politics.

The fonds contains three types of materials: those of Marguerite Ritchie from her personal life and career before she founded the Human Rights Institute of Canada, those relating to the functioning of the institute, such as administrative records, and those relating to the work of the Institute produced mainly by President Marguerite Ritchie. Documents from the work of the Human Rights Institute of Canada is the largest portion of the fonds. Materials produced by the Institute were generated mostly by the projects it was involved with, including tracking issues over the course of years and its efforts to publicise its research in the media and the government. This fonds does not contain working papers of volunteers. Function based Institute records document the Human Rights Institute of Canada’s founding, its procedures, funding, support, and organisation. Materials of founder Marguerite Ritchie contain research from her work at the Department of Justice and the Anti-Dumping Tribunal, Anti-Dumping Tribunal procedures, her personal experiences facing sexism and gender discrimination while working for the federal government. It also includes her personal research on women’s issues which she began while working for the Department of Justice and which became a life-long passion.

The Human Rights Institute of Canada addresses issues of women’s equality, human rights, the United Nations and international law, Canadian laws and equality, the functioning of government, equality in the justice system, the relationship between the federal governments and the provinces, and funding and support for the Institute. Major projects the Institute worked on to address these issues include Persons Case II, Senate reform, the Meech Lake Accord and Charlottetown Accord, status equality for aboriginal women, the Expropriation of Nanoose Bay, the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples and the high arctic relocations, the Royal Commission on the Status of Women and following the development of the status of women, Quebec separatism, and the Official Languages Act and bilingualism. The most common document types are newspaper clippings, memorandum, correspondence, press releases, reports, legislation, House of Commons and Senate debates, committee minutes and proceedings from Parliament, promotional materials, and government publications. Newspaper clippings are mostly annotated with citations and marginalia. The fonds also contains a significant number of Dialogue magazines; Marguerite Ritchie was a long time contributor to this magazine, which publishes reader contributed articles on political and social issues from a variety of perspectives.

Ritchie, Dr. Marguerite E.

WOMEN"S ORG-UNIVERSITY WOMEN'S CLUB

Programs, correspondence, annual reports, memorandum, directories, newspaper and magazine clippings, building plans, article "Should you have a marriage contract?" from Chatelaine (1964), biographical notes and resumes, questionnaires, and treasurer's reports regarding the University Women's Club and resolutions for marital law equailty, and including personal correspondence between M.E. Ritchie and Mollie Gillen, author of many of the articles included.

ADVISORY COUNCIL ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN-CANADIAN ADVISORY COUNCIL ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN-STATUS OF WOMEN CANADA-JUNE MENZIES

Correspondence, transcripts, progress reports, newspaper clippings, briefs, and reports regarding June Menzies of the Canadian Advisory Council on the Status of Women on marriage rights, property rights, dower rights, inheritance rights, pension rights, the Lavell case on status rights for aboriginal women, and the recommendations of the Royal Commission on the Status of Women. Also includes "Report of the Monaitoba Volunteer Committee on the Status of Women" as submitted to the Royal Commission on the Status of Women.

ADVISORY COUNCIL ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN-CANADIAN ADVISORY COUNCIL ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN-STATUS OF WOMEN CANADA-CORRESPONDENCE

Correspondence from the Canadian Advisory Council on the Status of Women regarding National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women, Persons Case II, discrimination against women, HIV/ AIDS, and the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women Also includes copies of " Women News: The United Nations Works for Women" and "Women 2000: Activities of non-governmental organizations."

ADVISORY COUNCIL ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN-CANADIAN ADVISORY COUNCIL ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN-STATUS OF WOMEN CANADA-CORRESPONDENCE

Correspondence, telephone directories, copies of newspaper and encyclopedia articles, copies of annual reports, news releases, organization lists, forms, memorandum, biographies, and provisional agendas regarding the 43rd-44th session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women, Status of Women Canada's Policy Research Fund (PRF), and the Sixth Meeting of Commonwealth Ministers Responsible for Women's Affairs (WAMM-6).

ADVISORY COUNCIL ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN-CANADIAN ADVISORY COUNCIL ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN-STATUS OF WOMEN CANADA-DOCUMENTS AND BRIEFS

Background notes, notes for addresses, draft programs and papers, copies of newspaper clippings, National Action Committee on the Status of Women meeting reports, correspondence, memorandum, summaries, and commissions, regarding the Advisory Council on the Status of Women, Canadian Human Rights Act (Bill C-72), International Women's Year (1975), and organizing M.E. Ritchie's various keynote speeches at conferences and seminars.

ADVISORY COUNCIL ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN-CANADIAN ADVISORY COUNCIL ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN-STATUS OF WOMEN CANADA-DOCUMENTS AND BRIEFS

Notes for addresses, recommendations, bibliographies, draft papers, and an analysis of employment statistics regarding the Advisory Council on the Status of Women, Bill C-72, maternity leave and benefits, marriage law, and women in the public service. Includes an address by the Hon. Marc Lalonde, Minister Responsible for the Status of Women, called "The Media Mirage."

WOMEN'S LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIALS

The Women’s Legal Research Materials subseries contains 100 files of legal research pertaining to women’s rights and issues that affect women. This subseries contains legal research materials including Supreme Court decisions, provincial and federal legislation, legal dictionary entries, House of Commons and Senate debates, legal articles, and constitutional law research materials. The specific topics this subseries covers are divorce, women’s education, the Canadian labour code, jury duty, status of women, pay equality, gender discrimination, offshore mineral rights, female Senators, child custody, maintenance payments, child abuse and seduction laws, welfare, the justice system, professional ethics, human trafficking, the Indian Act, pensions, civil servants, historical divorce cases, segregation and civil rights, representation of women, women’s roles, gendered language in law, rights of married women and widows, veterans, appointment of judges, constitutional law, illegitimate children, immigration, and genocide. Date ranges refer to publication dates of historical legislation, though files contain copies only.

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Supreme Court decisions, Privy Council decisions, Provincial legislation, legal dictionary entries, Canadian Bar Association meeting minutes, Canadian Bar Review, and constitutional law research materials. Also includes court documents from the United States.

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Supreme Court decisions, Privy Council decisions, Provincial legislation, legal dictionary entries, Canadian Bar Association meeting minutes, Canadian Bar Review, House of Commons debates, legal articles, and constitutional law research materials. Also includes court documents from the United States.

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Supreme Court decisions, provincial and federal legislation, legal dictionary entries, House of Commons and Senate debates, legal articles, and constitutional law research materials. Specifically research on marriage and divorce. Copies of historical legislation only.

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Supreme Court decisions, provincial and federal legislation, legal dictionary entries, House of Commons and Senate debates, legal articles, and constitutional law research materials. Specifically research on women's rights. Copies of historical legislation only.

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Supreme Court decisions, provincial and federal legislation, legal dictionary entries, House of Commons and Senate debates, legal articles, and constitutional law research materials. Specifically research on maintenance after divorce and aboriginal rights. Copies of historical legislation only.

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Supreme Court decisions, Provincial and federal legislation regarding equal pay, aboriginal rights, and immigration. Also includes Canadian War Orders and Regulations and Statutory Orders and Regulations regarding Japanese immigrants and discrimination.

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Supreme Court decisions, Provincial and federal legislation, copies newspaper clippings, and copies of the United Church Observer regarding Japanese immigrants and discrimination, civil rights, and Church positions of conflicts in South Africa, israel, and the middle east. Copies of historical legislation only.

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

International reviews, House of Commons and Senate debates, and federal and provincial legislation regarding equal rights, qualifications for government positions, bilingualism, and women's rights in China. Copies of historical legislation only.

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Notes, correspondence, magazine articles, provincial and federal legislation, House of Commons and Senate debates, and legal articles regarding research on judicial legislation and juries. Copies of historical legislation only.

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Supreme Court of Canada proceedings and the Privy Council regarding land disputes, territory boundaries, and territory disputes in the commonwealth and North America. Copies of historical legislation only.

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Supreme Court decisions, provincial and federal legislation, legal dictionary entries, House of Commons and Senate debates, legal articles, and constitutional law research materials. Specifically research on marriage, adoption, divorce, pensions, and taxes. Copies of historical legislation only.

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Supreme Court decisions, provincial and federal legislation, legal dictionary entries, House of Commons and Senate debates, legal articles, and constitutional law research materials. Specifically research on aboriginal rights, the Indian Act, the status of women, segregation, and civil rights. Copies of historical legislation only.

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Supreme Court decisions, provincial and federal legislation, legal dictionary entries, House of Commons and Senate debates, legal articles, and constitutional law research materials. Specifically research on divorce, alimony, and child custody. Copies of historical legislation only.

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Supreme Court decisions, provincial and federal legislation, legal dictionary entries, House of Commons and Senate debates, legal articles, and constitutional law research materials. Specifically research on laws pertaining to lawyers, divorce, professional ethics of doctors, and child custody. Copies of historical legislation only.

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Supreme Court decisions, provincial and federal legislation, legal dictionary entries, House of Commons and Senate debates, legal articles, and constitutional law research materials. Specifically research on laws pertaining to lawyers, divorce, desertion, maintenance, criminal law, and child custody. Copies of historical legislation only.

WOMEN-RESEARCH-IMPORTANT BOOKS

A copy of The German Woman and her Master by Henry de Halsalle and C. Sheridan Jones, published by T. Werner Laurie Ltd.; a copy of Caroline Norton by Alice Acland, annotated with notes from M.E. Ritchie and others, published by Constable and Company Ltd.

CANADIAN ADVISORY COUNCIL ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN

Books Canadian Charter Equality Rights for Women: One Step Forward or Two Steps Back? published by the Canadian Advisory Council on the Status of Women in 1989, and The Equality Game: Women in the Federal Public Service (1908-1987) published by the Canadian Advisory Council on the Status of Women in 1988 regarding the anaylsis of the first three years of equality legislation under Canada's new Constitution and women's employment in the federal public service.

WOMEN'S BUREAU-DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR

Booklets "If I Go to University," Vocational and Technical Training for girls in Canada at high school, post high school and trade school levels," Women at Work in Canada," "The Law Relating to Working Women," and "Legislation Concerning the Employment of Women: Provincial laws (Ontario)" published by the Women's Bureau and/or the Department of Labour Canada/ Labour Canada regarding women's education, employment, law and legislation relating to the employment of women. Also includes Women's Bureau '72, the fourth annual publication of the Women's Bureau.

DEPARTMENT OF NATIONAL HEALTH AND WELFARE

"The Family Violence Audio-Visual Catalogue: A list of audio-visual available from various sources in North America," "Changes in Chuild Welfare Legislation in Canada, 1958, 1959, 1960, and 1961," "Social Services for Unmarried Parents," and "The Canadian Welfare Council: A Guardian of Human Rights? Annual Report" published by the Department of National Health and Welfare, later Health and Welfare Canada. Also includes "Report on Violence in the Family: Wife battering" published by the House of Commons Standing Committee on Health, Welfare and Social Affairs.

GOVERNMENT ISSUED BOOKS, BOOKLETS AND PAMPHLETS

"Family Law Reform: Your new Rights" and "Marriage as an Equal Partnership: A Guide to the Family Law Act" by the Ministry of the Attorney General, "On the treatment of the Sexes in research" by Margrit Eichler and jeanne Lapointe and published by Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, "The Widening Sphere: Women in Canada 1870-1940" by Jeanne L'Esperance and published by the Public Archives Canada and the National Library of Canada, "Estate Tax Act," "Dominion Succession Duty Act: Explanatory Brochure" by the Department of National Revenue, and "Family Property: Working Paper 8" by the Law Reform Commission of Canada.

BOOKS, BOOKLETS AND PAMPHLETS

The Journal of Social Issues volume 28, number 2 "New Perspectives on Women"; "Sex Roles and Female Oppression: A collection of articles" by Dana Densmore; "Females and Liberation: A collection of articles" by Dana Densmore, reprinted from A Journal of Female Liberation; "The Effect Use of Womanpower: Report of the Conference" published by the Women's Bureau of the United States Department of Labour; "Today's Women in Tomorrow's World: A Conference Commemorating the 40th Anniversary of the Women's Bureau" published by the Women's Bureau.

BOOKS, BOOKLETS AND PAMPHLETS

"First Report of the Private International Law Committee" published in London; "Women in Britain" prepared for British Information Services, "Report of the Departmental Committee on Matrimonial Proceedings in Magistrates' Courts" and "Documents relating to the Admission of Women to the Diplomatic and Consular Services" published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London; "Learning and Living: A feminine viewpoint," results of a questionnaire compiled by the Bolton School Old Girls' Association; Divorce Reform Bill: Official report of Standing Committee C, Parliamentary Debates House of Commons, London.

BOOKS, BOOKLETS AND PAMPHLETS

National Conference on the Law and Women conference papers, newsletters from CUPE, McGill University Faculty of Law, The Leader by Canadian Union of Public Employees, and "A Cappella: A Report on the Realities, Concerns, Expectayions, and Barriers Experiences by Adolescent Women in Canada" by the Canadian Teachers' Federation.

WOMEN-RESEARCH-IMPORTANT BOOKS

Extract from Valparaiso University Law Review "Equal Pay, Equal Employment Opportunity and Equal Enforcement of the Law for Women," magazine article by Gene Marine and Art Goldberg about class inequality in the interpretation of abortion laws, "The Strange Story of Dr. James Barry: Army Surgeon, Inspector General of Hospitals, discovered on death to be a woman" by Isobel Rae, and "The Prostitute Regulation and Control: A Comparative Study" by Arthur J. Currie and John F. Decker.

WOMEN-RESEARCH-IMPORTANT BOOKS

Extracts from "The College, The Market and The Court" by Caroline Dall; Bill 86: A Bill to Establish the Women's Cultural and Information Bureau (3rd session, 15th Legislature, Alberta); extract from Publication of the Society for the Protection of Women and Children (Montreal); extracts from "On Liberty - The Subjection of Women" by John Stuart Mill.

LAURA SABIA-FEMINIST-CATALYST

Correspondence, notes, memorandum, articles, newspaper clippings, and meeting minutes regarding the work of Laura Sabia, president of the Canadian Federation of University Women, on women's status, women's groups, women's education, the royal commission on the status of women, and the Interdepartmental Committee on Human Rights.

LAURA SABIA-FEMINIST-CATALYST-TORONTO CONFERENCE

Memorandum, agendas, submissions, recommendations, descriptions of workshops, strategies, evaluation sheets, reports, programs, and questionnaires regarding Laura Sabia, president of the Canadian Federation of University Women, on advocacy for the status of women and the Strategy for Change conference in Toronto in 1972. Also includes a reprint of the Declaration on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women from the Labour Gazette (1968). The report of "Strategy for Change" Convention of Women in Canada (1972) includes a summary in French.

RESEARCH-WOMEN IN CRISIS

Press releases, conference papers, briefs, fact sheets, and United Nations reports regarding discrimination against women, women in politics, international women's day, violence against women, women in the justice system, human rights, conferences on women, women's history month, harrassment, and support for dependants.

RESEARCH-WOMEN IN CRISIS

Reports, presentations, studies, press releases, articles, law reviews, and correspondence regarding gender roles, stereotypes, equal pay, discrimination, women in politics, the future of the feminist movement, domestic workers, women in Latin America, women's rights in Manitoba, domestic abuse and violence against women, abortion, and sexual assault.

WOMEN-CHALLENGES TO INJUSTICE-PROJECTS

The Women – Challenges to Injustice - Projects subseries contains 10 files discussing cases of legal injustice contributed to by the Human Rights Institute. Files are arranged by project and include some general information about refugees. This subseries contains a variety of document types including correspondence, newspaper clippings, memorandum, CVs and resumes, papers, reports, medical reports, articles, transcripts, applications and work histories for refugee status, affidavit, policies, speeches, statistics, and United Nations treaties. The specific topics this subseries covers are refugee status, refugees admitted into Canada, adaptation of immigrants to life in Canada, Marguerite Ritchie and the Human Rights Institute of Canada’s involvement in the cases of refugee status claimants, Marguerite Ritchie and the Human Rights Institute of Canada’s involvement in getting medical treatment of veterans, and Marguerite Ritchie and the Human Rights Institute of Canada’s involvement with specific cases of discrimination, including religious discrimination against a scientologist.

NATIONAL DEFENCE-MEDICAL COMPLAINT-SIRKKA, KALLIO

Correspondence, papers, rebuttals, reports, service histories, notes, consultant's (docto'rs) reports, x-ray requisitions, and course reports regarding Sirkka Colleen Kallio, a veteran disabled by Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, her improper corrective surgery, and her treatment by the Canadian Armed Forces. Also includes information on Thoracic Outlet Syndrome (TOS).

REFUGEES-IRAQ-SALIM, NAOFAL

Copies of newspaper clippings, messages, memorandum, notes, correspondence, meeting notes, draft press releases, copies of passports, and general information papers regarding Naofal Salim, an Iraqi citizen, and his claim of landed immigrant status as a refugee in Canada, and M.E. Ritchie's involvement in the case through the Human Rights Institute of Canada.

REFUGEES

Correspondence, statistics, speeches, reports, copies of newspaper clippings, and United Nations treaties regarding refugee status and the economic and social adaptation of immigrants.

WOMEN-CHALLENGES TO INJUSTICE-ABORTION

The Women – Challenges to Injustice - Abortion subseries contains 15 files discussing abortion law and the Henry Morgentaller case. Files are arranged by material type. This subseries contains a variety of document types including correspondence, memorandum, newspaper clippings, interview transcripts, House of Commons debates, court documents, press releases, briefs, Senate debates, newsletters, magazines, studies, booklets, posters, law reviews, historical research, and documents for the Morgentaller case. The specific topics this subseries covers are specific cases charging people with performing abortions, reports on abortion laws worldwide, historical research on abortion laws and practices in the 19th and 20th century, legislation restricting performances of abortion to medical doctors, a presentation from the Human Rights Institute of Canada to a legislative committee studying a bill on abortion, public opinion surveys on Canadians’ opinion on abortion, landmark Supreme Court case that held that the father could not stop a woman from having an abortion, and working papers with arguments against abortion.

ARTICLES RE: DR. HENRY MORGENTALER

Newspaper clippings, newsletters, magazines, and correspondence regarding Dr. Henry Morgentaler receiving the Order of Canada and his Supreme Court case that overturned the criminalisation of abortion in Canada, as well as copies of newspaper clippings regarding the ongoing debate on abortion in Canadian politics. Also includes booklets "Unwanted Pregnancy: Abortion and the Medical Profession" by Henry Morgentaler and "Summary of Vital Statistics" by the Dominion Bureau of Statistics, health and Welfare Division, regarding abortion.

CTI - WOMEN - ABORTION - ARTICLES

Copies of articles, library catalogue records, indexes, current issue reviews, News-Nouvelles: Journal of Planned Parenthood Federation of Canada (volume 4, number 1, 1983), briefing papers, UNICEF news (United Nations Children's Fund) issues 78 and 79, quotations from reports, and copies of appeals regarding world abortion trends, Canadian Abortion Rights Action League, and the Abortion Rights Coalition of Canada (ARCC).

WOMEN-CHALLENGES TO INJUSTICE

The Women – Challenges to Injustice subseries contains 54 files discussing issues of inequality that affect women. Files are arranged by topic. This subseries contains a variety of document types including correspondence, brochures, newspaper clippings, transcripts, memorandum, historical research, reports, legislation, court documents, submissions to parliamentary committees, Senate debates, resolutions, House of Commons debates, speeches, CVs and resumes, press releases, magazines, newsletters, legal research, chronologies of events, directories, glossary of terms, information sheet, surveys, and papers. The specific topics this subseries covers are women’s studies programs at universities, anti-discrimination bills and discrimination against women, child sexual abuse, women and religion, women’s suffrage, women’s education and employment, women’s roles, women in government and politics, the equal rights amendment, equal pay, personhood of women, status of women around the world, United Nations conventions and celebration years for women and human rights, violence against women, the Montreal Massacre, Persons Case II, equality for visible minorities, divorce and financial issues, the merit principle, spousal support, provincial health insurance, human trafficking, Sharia Law, polygamy, rape law, abortion laws, child support, taxes and pensions, legal double standards, citizenship of married persons, gendered language, race relations, property law, female circumcision, women’s health, jury duty for women, and termination based on discrimination.

BACKWARDIA

Correspondence, copies of newspaper clippings, memorandum, and notes regarding women in religion, women's rights, gendered language, women's rights historically, and divorce.

CTI - WOMEN - DIVORCE

Correspondence, newspaper clippings, final judgements, memorandum, questions, outlines, resumes, notes, recommendations, votes and proceedings of the House of Commons and Senate, and reports regarding Bill C-187 (An Act respecting Divorce), property rights, family law, and divorce law. Also includes a copy of a report for the Special Joint Committee of the Senate and House of Commons on Divorce and of the book Listen to their Tears: How Canadian Divorce Law Abuses our Children (1982, 156 p.) by Donald Peacock.

CTI - WOMEN - EXCISION

Notes, papers, newsletters, reviews, copies of newspaper clippings and journal articles, memorandum, correspondence, news releases, statements, lecture outlines, reports, and resumes regarding apartheid, the Women's International Network, the Excision Project, and female circumcision.

CTI - WOMEN - EXCISION - PUBLICATIONS/NEWSLETTERS

Inter-African Committee on Traditional Practices Affecting the Health of Women and Children newsletters (number 1-3, 7, 12), reports, and World Health Organization bibliographies regarding female circumcision. Also includes the book Woman, why do you weep?: Circumcision and its consequences (ca. 130 p.) by Asma El Dareer, published by Zed Press.

CTI - WOMEN - SAMPLES OF WOMEN'S EXCLUSION

Quotes, copies of newspaper clippings and articles, notes, extracts from papers, reports, memorandum, proceedings, legislations, transcripts of broadcasts and addresses, "new dictionaries of thoughts," proceedings, copies of Bank and Income Tax Acts, extracts from Supreme Court reports, copies of the International Association of Women Police Annual Conference reports, and supporting materials regarding labour equality, property law, family law, and the status of women.

RESEARCH-WOMEN IN CRISIS

Copies of newspaper clippings, Human Rights Institute of Canada research, extracts from books, memorandum, schedules, delegation reports, corrspondence, copies of job postings, copies of revised Statutes, biographies, grievances, notes, discussion papers, and draft programs regarding International Women's Year (1975), equal pay, and discrimination against women's employment.

SEPARATION OF CHURCH AND STATE

Copies of newspaper clippings, profiles, memorandum, and Human Rights Institute of Canada research regarding child sexual abuse and women and the Catholic Church. Also contains a booklet called "The Truth about Catholics" published in Toronto by Protestant Action.

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