Maryam Monsef “We need to address the root causes of gender-based violence”

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The Liberal government plans to announce a new plan to solve gender-based violence in Canada, which comes at a hefty price tag.

Via Globe and Mail: Status of Women Minister Maryam Monsef will shed more light on which programs will get a share of the $101 million over five years — plus $21 million annually going forward — the 2017 budget committed to a federal strategy on gender-based violence when she unveils the plan in Toronto.

That will include money for creating a centre of excellence within Status of Women Canada, which could help the relatively small agency with an annual budget of less than $40 million get better at making sure its ideas are both evidence-based and taken seriously government-wide.

The need for more and better data was something the federal government had in mind when it began developing the federal gender-based strategy.

Maryam Monsef was also the the lead campaigner in the anti free speech motion-103 which mostly caters to protecting Islam from hate speech said:

“It will focus on prevention, aim to address the root causes of gender-based violence, and enhance our knowledge of why gender-based violence happens in the first place”

Gender-based violence comes from Islam, do you see the corruption? Share this message everywhere.


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