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This International Women’s Day, join Ramona Alaggia in supporting universal Early Childhood EducationCategories: Ramona Alaggia
Professor Ramona Alaggia is the Margaret and Wallace McCain Family Chair in Child and Family at the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work at the University of Toronto. This March, as we celebrate Social Work Month — and International Women’s Day on March 8 — the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work is proud to join alumna Margaret McCain and Professor Ramona Alaggia in advocating for a universal, Canada-wide Early Learning and Child Care system that will ensure no child is left behind.
We encourage you to join us in reaching out to your federal representatives to show your support for a universal, Canada-wide Early Learning and Child Care system.
Join us in advocating for a high quality, universal, Canada-wide Early Learning and Child Care systemCategories: FIFSW, Ramona Alaggia
This March, as we celebrate Social Work Month — and International Women’s Day on March 8 — […]
Watch Ramona Alaggia’s keynote address to OCSWSSW on mobilizing an anti-violence movement in a pandemicCategories: Ramona Alaggia
Perspective, the official publication of the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers (OCSWSSW) has […]
The Toronto Star talks to Ramona Alaggia and Charmaine Williams for insight on COVID-19’s impact on women’s mental healthCategories: Charmaine Williams, Ramona Alaggia
Factor-Inwentash Faculty professors Ramona Alaggia and Charmaine Williams were interviewed for a Toronto Star article on COVID-19’s […]
Professor Ramona Alaggia appointed to the Margaret and Wallace McCain Family Chair in Child and FamilyCategories: Ramona Alaggia
The Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work is delighted to announce that Professor Ramona Alaggia has been appointed […]Faculty in the News, Ramona Alaggia
CTV News about spoke to Professor Ramona Alaggia about why we are seeing a spike in domestic […]
International Women’s Day Q & A: Ramona Alaggia on researching the impact of the #MeToo movement in CanadaCategories: Ramona Alaggia
The #MeToo movement has led to a cultural shift in how we understand and talk about […]Faculty in the News, FIFSW Students in the News, Izumi Sakamoto, Ramona Alaggia
In 2010, after 12 years of teaching the course Violence Against Women and Children: Multi-Disciplinary Responses […]