High school students stage walkouts over sexual violence and consent education; why some businesses choose to pass ownership to employees; concerns over U.K. deal to deport migrants to Rwanda
High school students have staged walkouts around the country to push for change around consent education and sexual violence. Matt Galloway talks to Grade 12 student Fechi Onyegbule; Teralyn Phipps, a co-ordinating principal at the Peel District School Board in Ontario; and Farrah Khan, manager of Consent Comes First at Ryerson University in Toronto.
Then, what if employees owned the companies they worked for? Our series Work in Progress looks at employee ownership trusts and worker-owned co-operatives, with experts Jon Shell, managing director of Social Capital Partners; and Marcelo Vieta, an associate professor at the University of Toronto. Philip Diceanu, co-owner of food manufacturing company Henry's Tempeh; and Heather Payne, CEO of Juno College of Technology, also tell us why they want to hand ownership to their staff.
And some migrants who reach the United Kingdom without authorization will be deported to Rwanda under a deal penned by British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s government. We hear about concerns from people in both countries: Hassan Akkad, a Syrian refugee and activist in the U.K.; Alf Dubs, a member of the House of Lords, the second chamber of U.K. parliament; and Victoire Ingabire Umuhoza, leader of Development And Liberty For All, a political party in Rwanda.