CALACS

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CALACSCanadian Association for Latin American and Caribbean Studies
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Les efforts deployes recemment afin de promouvoir ce journal dans les conferences internationales du CALACS, de la LASA, et du CSA ont servi a augmenter le nombre de soumissions par diverses disciplines, mais aussi a augmenter la participation de chercheurs de l'exterieur du Canada et tout particulierement de l'Amerique latine et des Caraibes.
Firstly, democratic organization and control by group participants are central principles that are clearly articulated in the statements of principle of the different federations of Quebec women's groups of which these groups are members, including the federation of women's centres (le Regroupement des centres de femmes), one of the federations of women's shelters (le Regroupement des maisons d'hebergement), and the federation of sexual assault centres (le Regroupement des CALACS), among others.
Cette exposition debutera en 2012 au Congres CALACS a Kelowna.
Since 1997, the Regroupement of CALACS has been similarly involved in the process of developing a policy on sexual assault at the MSSS.
20), the Federation was the result of a scission that occurred within the Regroupement when the latter redefined shelters' mission as attending to "battered women" rather than "women in difficulty," in a move toward the reinstatement of CALACS' funding in 1982.
Steve Palmer, CALACS past-president, and Stuart McCook, CALACS president, played a key role in the collaborative efforts between the U.S.
Este es precisamente uno de los grandes meritos de Exiliados, emigrados y retornados, en el cual Jose del Pozo, profesor de historia latinoamericana de la Universite du Quebec a Montreal que tiene una larga trayectoria como miembro de CALACS, reune ocho trabajos ineditos que abordan estas problematicas desde distintos angulos y perspectivas disciplinarias.
These concerns have already been addressed by the CALACS Board, and several options are currently under discussion.
The Canadian Association for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CALACS) was created in 1969 with the goal of facilitating exchanges between specialists of the region.
Now that Professor Viviana Patroni has taken over the book review editorship, I want to express the deep gratitude of the CALACS Board to Professor Chuchryk.
Paper presented at the meeting of Canadian Association of Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CALACS), Montreal.