Human Services

How to Report a Case of Abuse to the D.Y.P

As a Special Needs counselors that are working with young children, it is needed to know how to report a case of abuse if they ever encounter one. Reporting can be a difficult process because of simply being uninformed on the subject. In the context of their job, they can ask themselves many questions about what they should report and about the obligation of reporting that comes with their job. They also may not know how to build a case and how to report it to the Director of Youth Protection.

Asperger's Syndrome and How to Make Contact

            In this day and age, when the knowledge about intellectual differences is more and more known, people are aware that a person can be different. There are many possible diagnostics and, sometimes, it is difficult to understand them well. Each diagnostic has special needs and it is important, as a Special Educator, but also as a society to know some of them. Asperger's Syndrome is one of the multiple diagnostics that Special Educator work with. The following text will briefly explain what it is and how to make contact with a person who has Asperger's Syndrome.

Academic Disciplines and Campus Sexual Violence

The news reports and articles published by mass media solely cover the surface of the issue of campus sexual violence. Academic researchers, on the other hand, write about their more detailed and narrowed research which, by the way, it is written, seems to be only accessible to the people who are already familiar with the research topic but is still seeking to further their knowledge and understanding of the issue. 


Abortion and New Power


The problem with abortion is, people don’t know what to think or do of it. Women are trying to show everyone that they are doing what is best for themselves, as well as for the fetus or unborn child. Whether it be terminating a pregnancy or not. Most women that get abortions are under the age of 25, which is understandable to get an abortion for. click here to learn more facts.

Volunteer at the "Acceuil Bonneau"

This group is dedicated to help homeless people have a better life by providing them with food shelter and more. You can volunteer here in many ways such as, being in the kitchen preparing meals for people. You can also help with the wardrobe and distribute clothing to people for example jackets for colder days, socks and gloves. you can also do many other things such help as a hair dresser and cut hair and clean up that part of the individual you are working with.

Want to Get Involved and Help Sexual Violence Victims? (The Montreal Sexual Assault Center)

Want to volunteer while offering help and support to victims of sexual violence?


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Help the women get what they need

Women all around the world are shamed for having abortions. whether it be because they have been raped, or simply don't want a child. there is an organization named WRRAP (Women’s Reproductive Rights Assistance Project) that encourages women to do what THEY want to do. They are constantly in the need of volunteers as well. Click here if you would like to volunteer and make a difference for one woman, to know she has people encouraging her to do what she thinks is right.

Real Beauty? The Truths Behind Dove's Highly Acclaimed Advertising Campaign

About 10 years ago, Dove launched its Campaign for Real Beauty that featured a woman’s unique differences in using models of various body types and races. Introduced in 2004, the advertising campaign was a response to the fact that globally only 2% of women truly believed that they were beautiful (Celebre, Delton, Guadagno, & Wal 2014). Thus, Dove aimed to promote the notion that a woman’s body should be celebrated for its real curves and colors rather than be made a source of anxiety and lack of confidence.

When the Korean Government Forced 120 Women to Become Illegal Prostitutes...


In the 1960's and 1970s, the government of South Korea illegally detained “comfort women for the United States military”. Choe Sang-Hun, who worked for The Associated Press for 11 years before he became an official Korea correspondent for The New York Times, addresses this issue in his article "South Korea Illegally Held Prostitutes Who Catered to G.I.s Decades Ago, Court Says", published on January 20, 2017.

Combating Harsh Work Life With Coca-Cola

            The Coca-Cola Hello Happiness ad campaign works to help connect laborers within the United Arab Emirates with their far away families. Despite attempting to increase their quality of life, Coca-Cola’s large focus is that of gaining profits rather than social change.