A Breakthrough For Transparency in Healthcare: Directive on cross-border healthcare will affect many European citizens.

Commentary, Healthcare & Welfare, Johan Hjertqvist

In a recent article on cross-border healthcare (“Have illness, will travel?”, 24-30 March), you looked ahead to the directive on cross-border healthcare, which has since been formally adopted, and wrote that “relatively few people are expected to take advantage of the law”, noting that current cross-border care is worth €10 billion, less than 1% of current healthcare spending”.

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Toxic Feminism

Essay, Culture Wars, Philip Carl Salzman

Feminism began as a challenge to male domination and female subordination. It could have become a champion of equality and the dignity of individual human beings. Unfortunately, contemporary feminism is not a liberation from sexism. It is true that feminism …

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For over twenty years, the Frontier Centre for Public Policy has focus its research efforts in a variety of public policy areas: (click on the area of interest) Aboriginal Futures Explores empowering indigenous Canadians by bringing them into the economic …