WOMEN'S EDUCATION DES FEMMES, a feminist
connection to the world of learning and education, is published by the Canadian
Congress for Learning Opportunities for Women. CCLOW is a national, nonprofit
organization promoting feminist education and the empowerment of women.
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range of opinion and analysis on everything from the Catholic church and
educational programs in prisons to national training reform in Australia and
the impact of Beijing, we are grateful to: Lisa Bryn Rundle and Nicole
Ysabet-Scott, Erica Ellson, Lynn Fogwill, Monique Hébert, Joanna
Manning, Shahrzad Mojab, Kaye Schofield, Pamela Simmons and Julia Wilkins.
Poetry comes from N. V. Bennett, Sylvie Bourassa and Monica Grant.
Illustrations are by Simon Kneebone, Antonia Lancaster, Nancy Reid and Theresa
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