Pam Kapoor

Pam Kapoor is a writer, editor, and communications consultant specializing in public engagement and advocacy (pamkapoor.ca).

In 2000, Pam was the Canadian Organizer for the World March of Women, an unprecedented global women’s campaign. Since then, she has contributed strategic and communications leadership to such groups as the Nobel Women’s Initiative, the Canadian Union of Public Employees, Make Poverty History, Oxfam Canada, Amnesty International Canada, and the Coalition for Women’s Equality. She is also a popular workshop facilitator in the areas of anti-oppression and human rights.

An active citizen of the internet since it all began, Pam blogs in several places, contributes regularly to online (and print) publications, and co-founded the statusreport.ca project in 2006 to bring attention to the dismantling of Status of Women Canada.

Pam’s academic background is in journalism and language. Raised in Regina, Pam now calls Ottawa-Gatineau home.

Pam Kapoor
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Aug 14, 2009

A party by any other name

Pam Kapoor
My concern is less about an NDP name change and more about how the discussion surrounding it seems perilously apart from any real reflection about what lies beneath (or doesn’t).
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Aug 28, 2008

How will Harper compete with the Obama show?

Pam Kapoor
Canadians are as ready for a referendum on their ruling party as Americans are. The general mood âe" at least the electoral one âe" can best be described as sour.
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May 22, 2008

What is Hillary fighting for?

Pam Kapoor
By the only measure that officially counts, Obama has secured the nomination. So why is Hillary Clinton still running?
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Mar 4, 2008

Is Hillary Clinton too square for the oval?

Pam Kapoor
Like so many other ovaried observers, I have at times been hard on myself for choosing to support Obama instead of the first viable female candidate for president of those mighty United States.
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Feb 8, 2008

Obama shakes the best cocktail

Pam Kapoor
The over-arching "problem" with Obama is that he challenges the status quo and conventional wisdom. His candidacy flies in the face of the very establishment that insists it's Hillary Clinton's "turn
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Sep 7, 2001

Criminal Behaviour

Pam Kapoor
Welfare fraud seems to be a near obsession for governments these days. But the recent death of Kimberly Rogers shows how harsh the legal punishment can be. It's also clear that even people who do pla
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