If Low Income Women of Colour Counted in Toronto

Final Report of the Action-Research Project Breaking Isolation, Getting Involved

It provides an initial sketch of the realities, perspectives and ideas of low income women, mainly women of colour, rarely seen in the public eye. As such it is a rich resource for those working for progressive change in neighbourhoods and at City Hall.


Type/Format of Resource: General resources

Category/Topic of interest:
    Immigrant/Refugee Woman and Abuse
    Racism and Abuse
    Human Rights

Population Group:
    Health Care Service Providers
    Social Service Providers
    Legal Service Providers
    Immigrant/Refugee Women
    Criminal Justice

Language of Resource:

Year of Publication: 2003

Associated Document:
     If Low Income Women (Acrobat PDF file)

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