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In Committee from the House of Commons - Citizenship and Immigration - April 8, 2014


Christine Hyndman, Lynda Byrne, Fraser Richards and Phillipa Guthrey from the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment of New Zealand discuss forced marriage, prostitution legislation, and partnership and domestic violence policies as part of the committee’s study on strengthening the protection of women in our immigration system.

During the second part of the meeting, lawyer Lorne Waldman, Humaira Madawa from the ‘Maison Afghane-Canadienne’ and Lorris Herenda of Yellow Brick House provide suggestions on how to improve the conditions of immigrant women in Canada. (April 8, 2014)


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