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Clearing a Path: A Psychiatric Survivor Anti-Violence Framework

This post was written by instructor Danielle Landry.

Launching the Final Report

This past December, the Psychiatric Survivor Anti-Violence Coalition (PDAC) hosted a community event in Parkdale to release its final report. 997 more words

Disability Studies

Christie Blatchford: Are Canadians really so fragile that we need safe spaces?

Recently, I had occasion for the first time to be in a recognized “safe space,” that egregious term that generally seems to mean a place where the most delicate among us can vent without any fear of correction or challenge and then be supported up the yin-yang. 874 more words

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Men's issues group taking Ryerson University's student union to court over club status

A “men’s issues” group is taking the Ryerson Students Union to court over its failed bid to attain club status.

The Ryerson Men’s Issues Awareness Society (MIAS) applied last fall for official student group status, which would have entitled it to funding, access to free room and facility rentals and other benefits. 992 more words


Label Jars Not People

This post was written by current students, Amanda Lin, Andrea Tropea and Danielle MacLean.

Anti-Psychiatry movements have been around for decades. The Rosenhan Experiment which began in 1973 initiated a gathering of people who wanted to expose the truths within the medical field of psychiatry. 292 more words

School Of Disability Studies

CSC & the Case of the Illustrious Industrious City (Act 1 Scene 3)

2 minute trailer captures the vision for Goudies Lane

Students from Ryerson’s School of Interior Design tour the building at 8 Queen Street in downtown Kitchener on January 25th, 2016. 93 more words