Solidarity Halifax member Jackie Barkley joins Leo Panitch, Carlos Pessoa and Antoni Wysoci to discuss the role of political parties within the Left and what is means today for the Left to take political action. The panel discussion was hosted by the Dal/King’s Platypus Affiliated Society. Videos originally posted at the Halifax Media Coop. Panelists: […Read more]
Judy Haiven, management professor at Saint Mary’s University and member of Solidarity Halifax, announced during a recent panel on campus misogyny that women’s voices should be prioritized in the classroom. She explained her experiment in her own classrooms where she always gives first voice to women during discussions and group projects in order to avoid […Read more]
Solidarity Halifax member Shay Enxuga reports for Rankandfile.ca on the recently announced decision regarding the NS Liberal’s Health Authorities Act. Today Arbitrator James Dorsey released his initial decision regarding Bill 1, the Health Authorities Act, and addressed some of issues at the heart of the controversy surrounding the legislation – union representation. Bill 1, introduced […Read more]
Social worker and Solidarity Halifax member Jackie Barkley shares her viewpoint on the Education Department’s dealings with the Council on African Canadian Education (CACE). >>Listen to her CBC commentary here Note: Statements by Solidarity Halifax members do not necessarily reflect positions held by the organization.
By Shay Enxuga, member of Solidarity Halifax. Originally published at RankandFile.ca December 17, 2014, marked the end of a weeklong arbitration session in Nova Scotia, although the final outcome of Bill 1 – the Health Authorities – is still yet to be decided. The Stephen McNeil Liberals passed this controversial legislation on October 3, 2014, […Read more]