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As the world enters the third decade of the 21st century, it is waking up to a new reality, facing threats to international solidarity and human security that are not necessarily economic in nature.
The Court Challenges Program was at the heart of the latest scuffle between Ottawa and Québec. The program provides financial support to Canadians seeking to assert their constitutional language and human rights before the courts.
When those with mental illness experience prejudice and discrimination in the form of stigma, it can make their suffering considerably worse.
The recent leak of Chinese Communist Party documents to the New York Times offers a chilling glimpse into the 21st century’s largest system of concentration camps.
There’s been an incredible outpouring of grief across Canada since Ukraine International Airlines Flight PS752 was shot down by Iran, killing all 176 passengers and crew on board.
The conversation over Justin Trudeau’s blackface had widened to a conversation about anti-Blackness in Canada, and stereotypes of Muslims and anti-Arab racism.
It seems that 2019 is the year of youth activism. Youth have been speaking out against climate change, gun violence and our environment.
Can a non-profit organization pursue both social gains and business revenue? Or is it as futile as mixing water and oil and hoping that the oil — commercial interests — won’t rise to the top?
The revocation of Kashmir’s special status has left many across the region outraged.
The Québec Superior Court recently agreed to revisit a challenge to Bill 21, Loi sur la laïcité de l’État.
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