“A journey through Black Nova Scotia” (New York Times, Sept, 12, 2022) Read the story here.
“Muslim community in B.C. calls for concrete action to address Islamaphobia” (CBC, Sept. 9, 2022) Read the story here.
“Cross examination continues in arbitration hearing against Waterloo regional police” (CBC, Sept. 8, 2022) Read the story here.
“Tribunal rules ‘teachable moment’ on gender identity did not breach grade 1 student’s rights” (CBC, Sept. 8, 2022) Read the story here.
“Despite court ruling, no timeline for closing N.S. institutions for disabled people” (CBC, Sept. 6, 2022) Read the story here.
“Youth from across Canada come to Winnipeg to learn about Human Rights” (CBC, Aug. 21, 2022) Read the story here.
“Retired military couple fights human rights complaint against NS yacht club” (CBC, July 25, 2022) Read the story here.
“Private members bill seeks to limit the use of non-disclosure agreements in cases of harassment, discrimination” (Halifax Examiner, April 8, 2022) Read the story here.
“Woman outraged CIBC job application suggests traditional regalia for video cover letter” (CBC, March 21, 2022) Read the story here.
CFB Esquimalt training course cancelled over allegations of sexual harassment, racism” (Times Colonist, March 21, 2022) Read the story here.
“Banning non-disclosure agreements isn’t enough to stop unethical workplace leader behaviour” (The Conversation. December 13, 2021) Read the story here.
“Is women don’t want to be treated as sex objects, why do they dress provocatively.” (The Virago, Oct. 20, 2021) Read the story here,
“PSA: Equity Watch statement on police misconduct at the old Halifax central library.” (NS Advocate, Aug. 22, 2021) Read the story here.
“Corporate leadership: Why the tone at the top has moral consequences” (The Conversation, December 13, 2021) Read the story here.
“Has Nova Scotia joined the club of right-wing, tin-pot premiers?” (NS Advocate, Aug. 21, 2021) Read the story here.
“The old lady who waits within me.” (Globe and Mail, Aug. 21, 2021) Read the story here.
“Critics of Nova Scotia Liberal health plan say people with disabilities need more support.” (Globe and Mail, Aug. 8, 2021) Read the story here.
“Pandemic Pause: A Break from Sexual Harassment. The Safe Space of Virtual Conferences.” (MSVU Journal, Aug. 11, 2021) Read the story here.
“CCPA-NS report: more than 30,000 permanent affordable housing units needed in NS.” (Halifax Examiner, May 26, 2021) Read the story here.
“Former N.S. Liberal candidate says she was dropped because of ‘boudoir photos'” (CTV News, July 22, 2021) Read the story here.
“One woman frustrating, futile fight for justice after being sexually harassed.” (CBC, May 12, 2021) Read the story here.
“Policing won’t solve the pandemic.” (Halifax Examiner, May 17, 2021). Read the story here.
“Another sexual harassment complaint turned away from Human Rights Commission.” (CBC, April 19, 2021) Read the story here.
“New human rights commission head to take aim at accessibility, racism.” (CBC, May 2, 2021) Read the story here.
“Opposition parties willing to work on improving human rights process.” (CBC, April 2, 2021) Read the story here.
“Vile video taken in Nova Scotia jail and posted to social media humiliates woman prisoner.” (Halifax Examiner, April 2, 2021) Read the story here.
“Sexual harassment complaint tossed after human rights commission mistake” (CBC, April, 1, 2021) Read story here
“Human rights inquiries stacked against complaints, says advocate:” Judy Haiven says flaws were evident after watching Gyasi Symonds inquiry (CBC, Dec. 2, 2020) Read story here

Podcast interview with Liane Tessier and Judy Haiven. “Fighting harassment and discrimination in the workplace.” (Rabble, Feb. 26, 2019) Listen to the story here
“One year after the Liane Tessier apology, what has changed at Halifax Fire?” (NS Advocate, Jan. 4, 2019) Read the story here

“Group calls for independent inquiry into the ‘dumpster fire’ of bullying and harassment in Halifax workforce.” (TheStar, Oct. 18, 2018) Read the story here
“Fighting for equity in the workplace” Liane Tessier and Judy Haiven are founding a “mutual help group” to support marginalized people who have experienced discrimination on the job. (The Coast, Jan. 25, 2018) Read the story here