Calgary Herald article

Via IMFC February 20, 2014. IMFC - update (web): Calgary Herald: Andrea Mrozek quoted in editorial favouring income splitting See original article here: Calgary Herald article (broken link) See Also 1999 Federal Sub-Committee report (download PDF here) on income splitting

Birth-Mothers are Different Than Other Parents (broken link)

Supreme Court of Canada rules birth-mothers are different than other parents. West Coast LEAF lawyer publicly congratulates and supports Kids First goal of challenging definitions of "child care" and "work" that discriminate against the work of parental child care. Hear…

Critical Legal Thinking: "White Feminists Fatigue Syndrome"

October 21 posting at Critical Legal Thinking: "White Feminists Fatigue Syndrome" second-wave feminism critiqued by feminists who honour unwaged family care work: Kids First has long been aware that the elite feminists who dominate our government women's and family policy…

The Guardian: How feminism became capitalism’s handmaiden – and how to reclaim it.

October 2013 article in The Guardian: How feminism became capitalism's handmaiden - and how to reclaim it. A movement that started out as a critique of capitalist exploitation ended up contributing key ideas to its latest neoliberal phase

Economist Marilyn Waring on the need to recognize women’s unpaid work.

Economist Marilyn Waring on the need to recognize women's unpaid work. Videos: Making Women's Work Count -- a short interview, and Who's Counting? Marilyn Waring on Sex, Lies and Global Economics -- a full length film by Canada's National Film…

March 8, 2013 International Women’s Day: Hugo Chávez knew that his revolution depended on women

March 8, 2013 International Women's Day - UK Guardian article by Selma James, founder of Wages for Housework, and Nina Lopez of Argentina, founder of Legal Action for Women and joint co-ordinator of the Global Women's Strike: Hugo Chávez knew…

Mar 2013: Roadkill Radio interviews Kids First President, Helen Ward

Mar 2013: Roadkill Radio interviews Kids First President, Helen Ward, on the "Gender Equity Rankings" report by the World Economic Forum (gender equity is not about women's empowerment), HELP's Dr Paul Kershaw, and BC's $10/day daycare push