Trent Community Research Centre Project Collection

Let's talk about menstruation
Introduction. i. The OPIRG/TCCBE project. ii. Purpose of the manual -- 1. Getting into the schools. i. Writing a letter. ii. Designing a poster. iii. Branching out. iv. Contacting schools and teachers by mail/fax/phone -- 2. The workshop. i. Keeping curriculum guidelines in mind. ii. Keeping anti-oppression principles in mind. iii. The workshop outline. iv. Materials used in the workshop -- 3. Useful information in the workshop. i. The menstrual cycle. ii. Menstrual symptoms. iii. The menstrual product industry. iv. Environmental and health effects of menstrual products. v. Government regulation of menstrual products. vi. Government menstrual tax. vii. Alternative menstrual products. viii. Suggestions/ideas for action -- 4. Resources. i. Photocopied materials. ii. Bibliography. iii. Web site chart -- 6. [sic] Recommendations & thank yous., Created by Ariella Meinhard. --, Date of project submission: April 27, 2002., A workshop manual for: Marnie Eves at Ontario Public Interest Research Group; Supervising Professor: Margaret Hobbs, Trent University, Trent Centre for Community-Based Education., Includes bibliographic references., ERST/WMST 315, Environmental and Resource Studies/Women's Studies ; Women, Health and Environment.

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