eQ's Jane Bailey in Law Commission of England and Wales' Report

eQ's Jane Bailey in Law Commission of England and Wales' Report

The Law Commission of England of England and Wales recently launched a Scoping Report on Abusive and Offensive Online Communications in November 2018.
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Opening Tonight! "The Ghomeshi Effect" at the University of Ottawa!

Opening Tonight! "The Ghomeshi Effect" at the University of Ottawa!

Presented by the eQuality Project and the THE CANADIAN CENTRE FOR GENDER & SEXUAL DIVERSITY, "The Ghomeshi Effect" will be running from October 23 - 27.
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eQ's Valerie Steeves presents at “TEENS TALK TECH”

eQ's Valerie Steeves presents at “TEENS TALK TECH”

Steeves will be joined by Queen's University's Valerie Michaelson to discuss how social networking affects relationships, academic achievement, teen dating, and bullying.
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eQuality Art Exhibition

eQuality Art Exhibition

Exhibition grew out of two trans-national workshops, where young women from Canada and Puerto Rico and explored concepts of privacy, discrimination, and online violence.
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Jane Bailey and CIPPIC's R vs. Jarvis Intervention

Jane Bailey and CIPPIC's R vs. Jarvis Intervention

eQuality's Jane Bailey and CIPPIC's David Fewer appear before the Supreme Court of Canada as intervenors in R. vs Jarvis.
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What's New

eQuality Lesson Plans

Here you will find the most recent eQuality Lesson Plans! These lesson plans are produced in partnership with the eQuality Project’s partners and stakeholders, and serve as further opportunities...

Cyberviolence: Criminal Case Law

This module is designed to address the question of how Criminal Law can respond to technologically-facilitated Violence Against Women and Girls. Prompted by the growing public awareness of issues such...

Disconnection Challenge

The eQuality Project’s Valerie Steeves was approached by a group of eight teens working with Queen’s researcher Valerie Michaelson. The teens were interested in exploring the impact of their own media...

To Share or Not to Share

In 2016-2017, we worked with eQuality partner MediaSmarts on a project funded by the Privacy Commissioner of Canada entitled Decision-Making and Privacy: How Youth Make Choices Relating to Reputationa...

eQuality Features

Research Projects

The eQuality Project is dedicated to the creation of new knowledge about young people’s use of networked spaces, with special emphasis of privacy and equality issues. Our research projects aim to high...
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Policy Interventions

Youth privacy continues to be digital policy issue, and the eQuality team is dedicated to the contributing to directly impacting policy-creation through the development and dissemination of new knowle...
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The eQuality Project’s resources fall under three categories: Research Projects, Policy Interventions, and School & Community Outreach. As a project, eQuality’s Research Projects aim t...
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The eQuality Project has created numerous media resources under the Project’s Research Projects, Policy Interventions, and School &Community Resources streams. by following the links, you wi...
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Latest Posts


R v Jarvis: Students’ Right to Privacy

By Suzie Dunn Do girls have a reasonable expectation of privacy not to have unwanted pictures of their breasts taken while they are in school? This was the question that was being asked at the rece...

Toxic Twitter

By Suzie Dunn New research by Amnesty International demonstrates the egregious level of abuse and harassment women face on social media, particularly women leaders and women of colour, women from e...

Our Partners

-Alberta Teacher’s Association
-Canadian Centre for Gender & Sexual Diversity
-Canadian Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic (CIPPIC)
-Canadian Race Relations Foundation
-Canadian Teacher’s Federation
-Canadian Women’s Foundation
-Centre for Law, Technology and Society
-Government of Alberta
-Human Rights Research and Education Centre: University of Ottawa
Media Smarts: Canada's Centre for Digital and Media Literacy
-Media Smarts
-Ontario Coalition of Rape Crisis Centres
-Ottawa Coalition to End Violence Against Women (OCTEVAW)
-Status of Women Canada
-UNICEF Canada
-Vanier Institute of the Family