Church has ‘something to offer’ the #MeToo movement

By Joelle Kidd February 8, 2018   Participants urge support for women’s rights at the Women’s March in San Francisco, Jan. 20, 2018. Photo: Sundry Photography/Shutterstock   When two investigative journalists from the New York Times broke the story of movie executive Harvey Weinstein’s decades of alleged sexual misconduct against employees and peers in the … Continue reading “Church has ‘something to offer’ the #MeToo movement”

#MeToo and the Church—Part Two: Development of sexual misconduct policies

By Matt Gardner Read Part One. The development of sexual misconduct policies across the Anglican Church of Canada starting in the early 1990s reflected wider historical changes in public attitudes towards sexual abuse and harassment. The  public acknowledgement of sexual harassment developed largely out of the women’s rights movement and second-wave feminism in the 1970s and … Continue reading “#MeToo and the Church—Part Two: Development of sexual misconduct policies”