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Advisory Council on the Federal Strategy Against Gender-based Violence


June 27 – Ottawa, Ontario – Status of Women Canada

In this picture: Minister Hajdu with some of the members of the Advisory Council to help shape Federal Strategy against Gender-based Violence.
Members of the Advisory Council
Standing, left to right: Amélie Aubut, Judge Advocate General (JAG), Bonnie Brayton, National Executive Director of the Disabled Women’s Network of Canada, Yvonne Niego, Assistant Deputy Minister, Department of Justice, Nunavut, Dhillon Black, Project Coordinator at the Ottawa Coalition to End Violence Against Women, Nneka MacGregor, Executive Director of the Women’s Centre for Social Justice, Monique Lugli, Chief of Staff, Office of the Minister for the Status of Women, Anuradha Dugal, Director of Violence Prevention Programs at Canadian Women’s Foundation, Lise Martin, Executive Director of the Canadian Network of Women’s Shelters and Transition Houses and Brenda Belak, campaign lawyer for Pivot Legal Society.
Seated, left to right: Nathalie Duhamel, Coordinator of the Regroupement québécois CALACS, Farrah Khan, Sexual Violence Education and Support Coordinator, Ryerson University, the Honourable Patty Hajdu, Minister of Status of Women, Anju Dhillon, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Status of Women, and Meena Ballantyne, Head of Agency, Status of Women Canada.
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