The awards, which were established on Dec. 6, 2016 on the 27th anniversary of the Montreal Massacre, are reserved for one undergraduate and one graduate student “who have made distinctive contributions in the area of gender-based violence research and prevention.”
Alumni in the News
Setsuko Thurlow, one of FIFSW’s prominent alumni who accepted the Nobel Peace Prize on behalf of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN), delivered an inspiring talk at the Alumni Association’s annual Distinguished Speakers Series.
Cindy Blackstock is a champion for the rights of Canada’s Indigenous youth. Blackstock has advocated on behalf of Indigenous children on reserves to ensure they receive the same benefits as other youth in Canada. Blackstock, who earned her PhD in social work at U of T, has been an adviser to the United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child, UNICEF and the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues.
PhD alumna, Kristina Nikolova awarded for scholarly achievement for research in the area of gender-based violence
After a full, vibrant and resonating life at the age of 100, on Friday, December 30, […]
Over 4 million residents of Ontario will be 65 or over by 2036 and yet ageism has been recognized as the most tolerant form of discrimination. Reshma Dhrodia discusses the current challenges.
Eight MSW gerontology graduates publish their SWK 4513 class papers (Winter 2014) in the Journal of Gerontological […]