Year in Action

Introducing The Walrus Year in Action

Our in-depth focus on the people, movements, and ideas that matter in 2018

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Welcome to The Walrus Year in Action, an in-depth look at the people, movements, and ideas that matter in 2018.

For many of us, the events of 2017 exposed a deep sense of frustration—and an even deeper desire for change. Our national and international conversations revealed divisive political lines, violence, and extremism, but they also surfaced a relentless push for progress, transformation, and even revolution. From discussions on everything from public policy to workplace culture, one message threaded throughout: we are living in a time of renewed individual and community engagement.

For the launch of our Year in Action project, we look at the unstoppable #MeToo movement, consent, and the rising tide of action against sexual violence. And as the year goes on, we’ll continue to gather those stories here as we shine a spotlight on 2018’s most change-making conversations, with coverage of everything from LGBTQ and Indigenous rights to the environment, mental health, and more.

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