A podcast from the office of Kim Pate. Hosted by Kim Pate, an Independent Canadian Senator from Ontario and Reakash Walters, a community advocate and law student. We bring issues affecting folks on the margins, to the centre.
On this first episode of our Guaranteed Livable Income series, we speak with Chief Commissioner Marion Buller and Commissioner Qajaq Robinson from the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. This episode discusses the impacts of economic marginalization on Indigenous women and girls and the need for a National Guaranteed Livable Income, which was one of their Calls for Justice in the Final Report. Stay tuned for the next episode in the Guaranteed Livable Income series!
On this episode of Appointed we're talking about challenging systemic marginalization by healing interpersonal harm. We ask what the role of transformative justice is in the work of decarceration and unpack the difference between restorative justice and transformative justice.
On this episode of Appointed we're discussing the novel Coronavirus pandemic and its varied effects on each of us. Far from The Great Equalizer, COVID-19 is instead magnifying existing societal inequities.