Up until the rise of the Internet and digital technology, consumers were, as Daniel Defoe noted in The Complete English Tradesman (1726), “the last...Read More Consumer rights in a radically different marketplace
Le projet de loi C-75 concernant la réforme du système de justice pénale vise notamment à mieux protéger les personnes vulnérables. La ministre fédérale...Read More Parents en prison : un angle mort des politiques publiques
The “empowerment of women” is mentioned 32 times in Canada’s Feminist International Assistance Policy, and $150 million has been allocated to related activities in...Read More Let’s stop talking about “empowering” African women
The phrase “a Canadian is a Canadian is a Canadian” was first used during the 2015 election, in the context of ensuring Canadian citizens...Read More Why benefits of citizenship aren’t always equal
Dans un précédent article d’Options politiques, nous avons présenté notre analyse des résultats de sondages menés au cours de cinq campagnes électorales, et établi...Read More Les sondages influencent-ils le comportement des électeurs ?
Tens of thousands of people marched in Spain in April, protesting for three days over a court’s failure to convict five men of the...Read More A global uprising against rape case injustices
(This article has been translated into French.) A combination of better medical care and good lives in the community has led to longer life expectancies...Read More Invest in families who support the developmentally disabled
(This article was translated from the French.) In Western societies, homelessness uncovers the social fragilities that are produced by those societies. In this sense, how...Read More Homelessness: criminalization or social integration?