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United Nations radio tapes on Women - audio cassettes

Produced by the United Nations Radio Service Department of Public Information. Women was a radio program about people, events and issues effecting the lives and circumstances of women around the world. Also featured are interviews with women in leadership positions around the world or in special United Nations programs on women.
The radio show was recorded more than 20 years ago and as a result it utilizes language and terminology that is no longer acceptable for use today and may be considered harmful or racist. The radio recordings themselves cover topics, that often include graphic first person testimonials, that may be harmful or difficult to listen to. Topics include gender, race, religious, ethnic based violence; domestic violence; kidnapping; human trafficking; sexual exploitation; rape; reproductive rights; reproductive health; death; abortion; war; and violent death.

File consists of 33 audio cassettes records between 1993-2001:

RG 456.05.06.01: (1993)
No 93/47 - Measuring the Work Women Do - the work of INSTRAW (the International Research and Training Institute for the Advancement of Women
No 93/48 - The Voices of Three Indigenous Women

RG 456.05.06.02: (1994)
No 94/1 What it means to be a refugee if you are a woman
No 94/2 The special needs of Refugee Women and how the International Community is trying to meet them

RG 456.05.06.03: (1994)
No 94/3 As the UN celebrates the International Year of the Family, is a woman's place still in the home?
No 94/4 Freedom for women in the family as the UN celebrates 1994 as the International Year of the Family

RG 456.05.06.04: (1994)
No 94/5 Women and Finance - transforming enterprise and financial systems
No 94/6 Ensuring that women's issues are addressed at the World Summit for Social Development
No 94/7 How the Caribbean nation of Guyana is implementing the UN Convention on the elimination of all forms of discrimination against Women
No 94/8 What does the UN Convention on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women mean for the women of Australia?

RG 456.05.06.05: (1994)
No 94/9 Highlights from the Commemoration of International Women's Day at the UN pt. 1
No 94/10 Highlights from the Commemoration of International Women's Day at the UN pt. 2
No 94/11 Excerpts from an interview with Ireland's President Mary Robinson
No 94/12 Excerpts from interviews with The Ethiopian Women's Ad Hoc Committee for Peace, and the World Movement of Mothers: Two NGOs taking part in preparations for the Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing

RG 456.05.06.06: (1994)
No 94/39 Continuing testimonies of the violations of women's reproductive rights
No 94/40 International Conference on Population and Development recognition of right to reproductive and sexual health - examples of violations of these rights

RG 456.05.06.07: (1995)
No 95/5 Interview with United Nations Special Rapporteur on Violence against Women - Radhika Coomaraswamy

RG 456.05.06.08: (1995)
No 95/13 An Indigenous woman's perspective on the modern use of science
No 95/14 Creation of the Women's International Network News (WIN News)
No 95/15 Using human rights mechanisms to advance women's sexual and reproductive rights and health
No 95/16 The effect of social, political, and economic rights on women's health

RG 456.05.06.09: (1995)
No 95/21 Interview with child psychologist Dr. Penelope Leach, pt. 1
No 95/22 Interview with child psychologist Dr. Penelope Leach, pt. 1
No 95/23 Positive discipline - interview with Dr. Rebecca Bailey, pt. 1
No 95/24 Positive discipline - interview with Dr. Rebecca Bailey, pt. 2

RG 456.05.06.10: (1995)
No 95/49 The Empowerment of Women in an Era of Globalization
No 95/50 Look back at 1995 - Important events and issues focusing on women
No 95/51 Women and girls - the hidden victims of war - Global tribunal on accountability for Women's human rights at the 4th World Conference on Women
No 95/52 Women speak out against domestic violence - Global tribunal on accountability for Women's human rights at the 4th World Conference on Women

RG 456.05.06.11: (1996)
No 96/13 From Rio to Istanbul - women making their voices heard at U. N. conferences
No 96/14 The perspective of a woman politician on population and development issues
No 96/15 Asserting her power - a young entrepreneur seeks to empower other young women and men
No 96/16 Remembering Dame Nita Barrow

RG 456.05.06.12: (1996)
No 96/25 Empowering women to create their own housing
No 96/26 The silent tragedy of maternal mortality
No 96/27 Pregnancy and childbirth - the major causes of death and disability for women in the developing world
No 96/28 An Egyptian film maker captures the highs and lows of women running for Egypt's parliament - Ateyyat el Abnoudi

RG 456.05.06.13: (1996)
No 96/29 Giving Afghan Women a role in their country's peace process
No 96/30 Saving the environment and preserving women's health - improved wood stoves
No 96/31 Neighborhood women taking the lead in their community
No 96/32 Keeping track of the Beijing platform for action through computer networking

RG 456.05.06.14: (1996)
No 96/33 Rape in war: a crime against humanity
No 96/34 An African woman living in the U. S. returns to Africa to record the stories of women and girls
No 96/35 Female circumcision: a violation of human rights of girls and women
No 96/36 Violence against women migrant workers and women refugees

RG 456.05.06.15: (1996)
No 96/37 Eliminating domestic violence - denial is the first obstacle
No 96/38 Beijing one year later: the UN marks the first anniversary
No 96/39 Afghan women seek the right to work, to education, and personal security
No 96/40 Sexual violence during the Rwandan genocide

RG 456.05.06.16: (1996)
No 96/41 A women's political party joins the Northern Ireland peace negotiations and the welcome mat was not laid out
No 96/42 First Woman Head of State in Africa faces the challenge of bringing peace to a country ravaged by 6 years of war - Ruth Perry of Liberia
No 96/43 A story of war and rape in Bosnia and Herzegovina, of two women who spoke out and the producers who put their story on film
No 96/44 Two African women journalists and their contribution to their medium

RG 456.05.06.17: (1996)
No 96/45 Who suffers most from depression and other forms of mental illness - women or men?
No 96/46 Three women's groups from Somalia, Peru, and India significantly improve the livelihood of women in their communities )
No 96/47 Nepal mobilizes against the prostitution of young girls
No 96/48 What do young girls want? - three thoughtful young women share their views on the rights of children

RG 456.05.06.18: (1996)
No 96/49 Women's rights are human rights but does Islam deny women these rights?
No 96/50 Daring to speak out - three courageous women journalists
No 96/51 Women's health: it's more than just biology
No 96/52 1996 at the U.N. - the year as it affected women

RG 456.05.06.19: (1997)
No 97/1 An interview with Judge Navi Pillay of South Africa – a justice on the International Criminal Tribunal on Rwanda
No 97/2 The role of women in food security
No 97/3 Slavery - still flourishing even as we enter the third millennium
No 97/4 Women in the former Yugoslavia are putting their society back together

RG 456.05.06.20: (1997)
No 97/5 The status of women in Turkey and Slovenia
No 97/6 Women and the law in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania
No 97/7 Empowering women with small loans, pt. 1
No 97/8 Empowering women with small loans, pt. 2

RG 456.05.06.21: (1997)
No 97/9 Eliminating discrimination against women – three women discuss the obstacles and progress
No 97/10 Women in science and technology – from and astronaut’s point of view – Dr. Mae Jemison
No 97/11 Women at the peace table
No 97/12 Honoring women environmental activists

RG 456.05.06.22: (1997)
No 97/13 A push to keep girls in school and creating a gender fair curriculum
No 97/14 Improving the economic status, physical and mental health of children and their families in the United States
No 97/15 Two new publications on how to access women’s human rights
No 97/16 A report on violence against women in the community by the Special Rapporteur of the U. N. Commission on Human Right Radhika Kumaraswamy

RG 456.05.06.23: (1997)
No 97/17 A conversation with Helen Suzman – an early opponent of apartheid
No 97/18 The Billings ovulation method - birth control the natural way
No 97/19 What can women bring to decision making? – Dame Margaret Anstee and Rachel Kyte
No 97/20 Reproductive health and reproductive rights

RG 456.05.06.24: (1997)
No 97/21 From mother to daughter - the women's movement as it has affected three generations of women
No 97/22 An update on the Convention on Eliminating Discrimination Against Women
No 97/23 The next wave of the tobacco epidemic - women
No 97/24 The role of fathers in family life

RG 456.05.06.25: (1997)
No 97/25 Reproductive health in developing countries
No 97/26 Women in the resistance movement in East Timor
No 97/27 Peace may have arrived in Bosnia and Herzegovina – so why are women activists still protesting in the streets of Belgrade?
No 97/28 Does reducing the population eliminate poverty and improve the environment? – the views of women from Brazil, Kenya, and India

RG 456.05.06.26: (1997)
No 97/29 The United Nations ranks its member states on How well they treat their women
No 97/30 The traditional practice of female genital mutilation (female circumcision, infibulation)
No 97/31 The issue of trafficking in women
No 97/32 Spreading the word about the U.N.’s Convention on Women's Rights

RG 456.95.06.27: (1997)
No 97/33 Break the silence, stop the epidemic - a six part series on breast cancer - pt 1 - risk factors
No 97/34 Break the silence, stop the epidemic – a six part series on breast cancer - pt 2 - environmental risk factors
No 97/35 Break the silence, stop the epidemic – a six part series on breast cancer - pt 3 - detection
No 97/36 Break the silence, stop the epidemic – a six part series on breast cancer – pt 4 - treatment

RG 456.05.06.28: (1998)
No 98/1 Female genital mutilation pt. 1 – interview with the first U. N. Goodwill ambassador in the fight against female genital mutilation – Waris Dirie
No 98/2 Female genital mutilation pt. 2 – a collective effort to eliminate the practice
No 98/3 A program in the United States for men who patronize prostitutes and the women who wish to leave the trade
No 98/4 Women from the international community visit Afghanistan

RG 456.05.06.29: (1998)
No 98/9 A look at the concerns of women in Zimbabwe
No 98/10 Women in transition economies pt. 1
No 98/11 Women in transition economies pt. 2
No 98/12 Why women's groups are asking for a safe, legal and accessible abortion

RG 456.05.06.30: (1998)
No 98/13 Building a network for peace in Africa
No 98/14 Women resolving conflict pt 2 – healing wounds from the past - the partition of India; the so-called comfort women from Korea
No 98/15 Women resolving conflict pt 3 – healing wounds from the past – South Africa and Rwanda
No 98/16 Women’s right to inherit land and property in areas of conflict

RG 456.05.06.31: (1998)
No 98/49 Five women who are winning the fight against poverty
No 98/50 Ghana bans the practice of girl slaves; Abortion in the Commonwealth Group of Nations; A dream for a world without violence
No 98/51 The International Criminal Court and what its creation will mean to women
No 98/52 A round up of the year’s highlights; The Ups and downs in the move toward gender parity; Ending discrimination against women

RG 456.05.06.32: (2001)
No 01/09 Victim’s of war time sexual crimes seek justice after more than 50 years; Equality for Women is still not sanctioned by the U. S. Constitution
No 01/10 Commission on the Status of Women - Women’s leadership and the AIDS pandemic
No 01/11 Women at the peace table
No 01/12 Why more women are needed in key positions as peace makers, international judges, and scientists and the obstacles they face in getting there

RG 456.05.06.33: (1997)
No. 49 Women’s human rights – are they compatible with tradition and religion?
No. 50 Life goes on after the Rwandan Genocide; Why the establishment of a permanent International Criminal Court is important to women; The female condom liberates women further
No. 51 The launching of the 1998 global campaign for women’s human rights with a tribute to two outstanding advocates from the past
No. 52 The Year in review – 1997 the highs and the lows


File contains general files related to the Third World Committee resource centre from 1991 onwards including correspondence, indexes, subject guides, an organizations on file, and orientation material for the resource centre for development studies.


This file contains general files related to the Third World Committee resource centre from 1983-1990 including summaries, correspondence, guides, submission forms for grant requests, listings of acquisitions, reports, published materials, brochures, guides, and a paper banner.


This file contains general files related to the Third World Committee resource centre from 1981-1982 including resource listings, fact sheets, correspondence, project proposals, floor plans, newsletters, an interim report, budget reports, and an annotated guide.


This file contains general files related to the Third World Committee resource centre from 1976-1980 including correspondence, brochures, meeting minutes, floor plans, a library index, a submission form, and the following reports:

  • Final Report on the CIDA/Third World Development Centre Project
  • An Interim Report on the Third World Resource Centre (TWRC) Project

Philips LDK 3 Colour TV studio camera

The Phillips LDK 3 Colour TV camera was one of two purchased by TMU (formerly Ryerson) in 1968 as the first colour camera on campus. They were installed in the RTA Studio B television studio located in Kerr Hall East.

Ampex VR-1200 Series Videotape Recorder

This AMPEX VR-1200 series videotape recorder (possibly VR-1200B) is an early colour/monochrome quadraplex 2-inch analogue recorder for television studios by AMPEX Data Systems Corporation and it was a smaller and lighter version of an earlier AMPEX model. In 1967 this artifact was installed in the RTA Video Tape Recorder Room (VTR) located in Kerr Hall East, 3rd floor, when Studio B was converted to colour.

Along the Color Line with Dr. Manning Marable - audio cassettes

  • RG 456.05.07
  • File
  • 1992 - 1995
  • Part of CKLN Radio

"Along the Color Line" was a public affairs commentary series on issues and perspectives of African American people by Dr. Manning Marable. This nationally syndicated column (originally called From the Grassroots) which started in 1976, was featured in more than 320 publications and evolved to include radio broadcasts featured on radio stations in the United States and internationally.
File contains collection of audio cassettes featuring the Along the Color Line Radio commentary series dated between 1992 and 1995 while Marable was a Professor of History and Political Science and Director of the Institute of Research in African American Studies at Columbia University. Each cassette has multiple commentaries on different topics.

Included are:

RG 456.05.07.01 February 1992: Why Conservatives fear multiculturalism; The Limits of Free Speech; Turning against the poor

RG 456.05.07.02 June 1992: Los Angeles along the race/class fault line pt. 1 (short version only); Los Angeles along the race/class fault line pt. 2 [short version only); Race and Violence (1/2 of long version and complete short version); Blacks in Britain
Beginning of tape was re-used. Long versions of Los Angeles along the race/class fault line and 1/2 of the long version of Race and Violence were erased.

RG 456.05.07.03 October 1993: The Search for democracy pt. 1; The Search for Democracy pt. 2; Education and the Promise of Equality; Beyond Diversity

RG 456.05.07.04 May 1993: Building Latino African American Unity.
Beginning of tape was re-used. End of unidentified commentary and building Latino African American Unity only commentary on tape.

RG 456.05.07.05 December 1993: Lost Generation; Toward a New Black Leadership; The Perils of Centrist Government; Youth Violence and Gangster Rap

RG 456.05.07.06 January 1994: Fascism in Europe - the international dimensions of racism; Jim Crow revisited; Toward Black Empowerment

RG 456.05.07.07 May 1994: "An American Dilemma"; The Brown Decision 1954-1994; We Shall Overcome vs Hip Hop generations

RG 456.05.07.08 July 1994: Reconsidering Farrakhan; Why Ben Chavis is Under Attack; South Africa after Apartheid

RG 456.05.07.09 September 1994: Ben Chavis and the Crisis of Black Leadership, pts. 1-3

RG 456.05.07.10 October 1994: Environmental Justice - the power of making connections pts 1-2; Rangel vs Powell - beyond the politics of personality; Black Studies - the next generation

RG 456.05.07.11 March 1995: Rethinking Affirmative Action pts. 1-2; The Welfare Debate - punishing to poor

RG 456.05.07.12 July 1995: Justice for Mumia Abu-Jamal; A Message to Black Youth; What is Leadership?; Full Employment and Affirmative Action

RG 456.05.07.13 October 1995:
Side 1 - The Million Man March - an analysis of Black protest pts. 1-2; Ben Chavis and the Dilemma of Black Leadership;
Side 2 - Breaking the Two-Party System; Young, Gifted and Black - the promise of Black youth pts. 1-2

CHEX Oshawa newstalk design records

Consists of a folder with various textual records, much of it relating to Hackborn's proposed news set for CHEX Oshawa. Includes a notepad, several set design sketches, and documents related to Fraggle Rock, such as character fact sheets with Species description, and Things we know about Doozers.

Hackborn, Robert Arthur, Mr., September 22, 1928

Hackborn's personal records and clippings

Consists of textual items found stored together, including several copies of a newspaper article featuring Robert Hackborn from The Mirror (November 14, 1973), results from a YMCA fitness program, sound preparation document for the film A Man Alone, a copy of Canadian Homes (February 1969), and 3 elevation drawings for a house.

Hackborn, Robert Arthur, Mr., September 22, 1928

Teaching records related to BRD040

Consists of mostly textual records related to the course BRD040 Hackborn taught at Ryerson University (now Toronto Metropolitan University), including assignment descriptions, correspondence with the University, agreements and records related to the CUPE union, student lists and class schedules.

Hackborn, Robert Arthur, Mr., September 22, 1928

Box 22 Misc photographs /2

Consists of photographs from unidentified productions. Four images of houses, and one print of individuals talking on a set.

Hackborn, Robert Arthur, Mr., September 22, 1928

Bob in the House of Commons photographs

Consists of photographs from behind the scenes of The King Chronicles and a handwritten note from Julia Walden on business card. Includes several prints of Robert Hackborn in the House of Commons.

Hackborn, Robert Arthur, Mr., September 22, 1928

Errol Flynn's Robin Hood contact sheets

Consist of 35 mm contact sheets for for Errol Flynn's Robin Hood, also known as The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938). Original images have been taken from a television screen.

Hackborn, Robert Arthur, Mr., September 22, 1928

Never trust an honest thief print

Photographs of a location used in Never trust an honest thief. Images shows an open doorway with a stain glass artwork above the door frame.

Hackborn, Robert Arthur, Mr., September 22, 1928

Seaport: Hal Banks, Canada's Sweetheart

Consists of a contact sheet of photographs taken for the production of Seaport, with images of a courtroom and waterfront with a boat.

Hackborn, Robert Arthur, Mr., September 22, 1928

Hard wall Photos

File consists of 53 photographs of backdrops for purchase to be used on sets. Images are numbered and dimensions available. Backdrops includes several forests and nature settings, cities, beaches, winter landscapes

Hackborn, Robert Arthur, Mr., September 22, 1928

1984 Fraggle Rock Calendar

Consists of a promotional calendar with original envelop. Calendar has signatures and personal messages to Robert Hackbron from Jim Henson and other cast/crew members of Fraggle Rock.

Hackborn, Robert Arthur, Mr., September 22, 1928

Set Design for various productions

Consists of various illustrations, including watercolour and acrylic paintings on board, as well pencil on paper drawings, depicting set designs. Includes a sketch of a winter city scene used for a glass matte, a toy shop interior and watercolour theatre with a window cutout, and paintings of toys and circus acts.

Hackborn, Robert Arthur, Mr., September 22, 1928

General photographs - contact sheets

File consists of two large contact sheets with photographs of a set in a concert hall being built, images of airplanes, and office and a courtroom.

Hackborn, Robert Arthur, Mr., September 22, 1928

The Dumbells and a city backdrop

File consist of two large prints, one city backdrop used in a sketch for the television comedy series Air Farce and one with a portrait of soldiers with The Dumbells written in the backdrop, possibly also used in a sketch and referring to the World War I comedy troupe.

Hackborn, Robert Arthur, Mr., September 22, 1928

Hornsmoke drawing pad

Consists of a large drawing note pad with prop drawings for Hornsmoke.

Hackborn, Robert Arthur, Mr., September 22, 1928

ACTRA Awards Dinner Booklet

Consists of a booklet with the schedule and nomine for the 3rd Annual ACTRA Awards Dinner.

Hackborn, Robert Arthur, Mr., September 22, 1928

Air Farce Cashiers in Conflict

Consists of a folder of graphic material including sketches and transparencies, related to Air Farce. Includes a Theatre Taping schedule for Air Farce on December 11, 1980.

Hackborn, Robert Arthur, Mr., September 22, 1928

Go Public 1993/94 CBC promotional materials

Consist of the contents of one binder of promotional text related to CBC programming. Includes information related to corporate sponsorship and the various types of programming offered by CBC (e.g. Sunday movies, Newsworld, Family entertainment, etc.)

Drafting Standards

Consists of a technical drawing manual for drafting set designs and illustrations.

Hackborn, Robert Arthur, Mr., September 22, 1928

Juliette prints

Consists of four prints taken while filming the CBC music variety television series Juliette.

Hackborn, Robert Arthur, Mr., September 22, 1928

CBC Times - Vol 19, No. 47, 1967

Consists of 2 copies of a 1967 edition of a CBC Radio & TV guide. The publication has show listings and articles related to CBC productions, including a cover story on the film Hello Delhi! by Peter Kelly.

Hackborn, Robert Arthur, Mr., September 22, 1928

Colour slides of filming locations and shows

Consists of slides taken while filming productions, including dramas and variety shows, as well as while scouting filming locations. Productions include Elwood Clover, Right On '73, Miss Teen Canada '71, Canada After Dark '79 and Summer Night '62.

Hackborn, Robert Arthur, Mr., September 22, 1928

I Married The Klondike - colour prints

Consists of photographs taken during the production I Married the Klondike. Includes process shows of Hackborn painting a glass matte on location, shots of the set designs and actors in costumes, a miniature boat used in the production and several images of nature and clouds.

Hackborn, Robert Arthur, Mr., September 22, 1928

Paul Christie Theatre Program Collection

  • 2021.12
  • Collection
  • 1952-2020

This collection consists of programs from theatre, opera, and symphony performances that the collector attended from 1952-2020. Most programs have the ticket stub tipped in, and some include newspaper reviews and clippings for the performances.

Seneca Camera City View plate camera

Item consists of a 5" x 7" dry plate view camera with Eastman Kodak Company Fixed Prime Lens with automatic shutter. The City View camera from the Seneca Camera was available in several sizes from 5"x7" to 17"x 0", and were originally sold in a set that included a base, plate holders, carrying case, and tripod.

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