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women fleeing domestic violence during COVID-19: the morning show, global news am640 Toronto Catch our Executive Director’s interview today on The Morning Show AM 640 as she discusses women and children fleeing violence during the COVID-19 lockdown, how to reach out safely and what resources are available. Don’t look away. GUEST: Marissa Kokkorus, Executive Director of Aura Freedom International, a
COVID is new, gender-based violence isn’t – an article for women deliver Read our Executive Director’s piece in Women Deliver’s newsletter on how COVID-19 is affecting women who experience domestic violence and how governments could have prevented it. Thank you Women Deliver for this collaboration. COVID-19 is New. Gender-Based Violence Isn’t
Relentless Resilience: How to Prevent Gender-Based Violence Starting at Home: The Parenting Show on Global News Radio
relentless resilience: how to prevent gender-based violence starting at home – The parenting show on Global News Radio with pina crispo Our Executive Director and author of Relentless Resilience was on The Parenting Show today with Pina Crispo and Jennifer Valentyne talking about the new report, the sobering stats, and how parents are the first educators who can all be
International women’s Day: The Morning Show, Global News AM640 Toronto On March 6th, our Executive Director was interviewed on The Morning Show, Global News AM640 on our latest report – Relentless Resilience – and why it matters to everyone, especially on International Women’s Day. Click here to listen!
sexual exploitation and human trafficking in toronto: newstalk 1010 with jerry agar On Feb 6, 2020, our Executive Director Marissa Kokkoros was interviewed on Newstalk 1010 by Jerry Agar on sexual exploitation in Toronto and what Canadians should know.
the sentencing of james sears, promoter of violence against women In April 2019, we attended the sentencing hearing of James Sears, editor of ‘Your Ward News’, which propagates misogyny and violence against women, among other hate crimes. James was ultimately sentenced to the maximum one year in prison for promoting hatred against women. Our team was interviewed by Global News and other media channels. Court