The Dignity Network is a group of organizations from across Canada involved in supporting the human rights of LGBTI people globally.
Take back Mother’s Day to its feminist roots. From now until May 10, celebrate mothers in El Salvador, India, and Sudan whose extraordinary activism inspires us.
A world renowned activist and scholar, Martin was also the former director of long-term Inter Pares counterpart, Third World Network.
Inter Pares mourns the death of Ibrahim Ouedraogo, a giant of agroecology and the struggle for food sovereignty in Africa.
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Margaret Moncrieff and David Melhorn-Boe are singer-songwriters from Kingston, Ontario, who draw attention through their performances to issues of environmental sustainability, and social and global equity.
When we speak of development, we refer to the self-development of people and their communities. Development is not a project to be managed, or a problem to be solved with the knowledge and power of others. It is a process in which people act together, make political and economic choices together, and struggle for autonomy and emancipation.
We put equality into practice as the key component for creating a better world.
We work in solidarity with people from around the world, connecting in a common cause.
We support women’s leadership because women, often marginalized, occupy a central and crucial role in societies.
We foster participation since people and communities need to actively participate in creating solutions to the poverty and injustice that affects their own lives.
Inter Pares is committed to ensuring clear, transparent, and positive contact with our donors. All staff members share a collective responsibility to ensure that our supporters’ donations are used well.
In 2019, Inter Pares' total expenses amounted to $6,125,203. Close to 70% of Inter Pares’ total expenses are funds sent to social justice counterparts working in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and Canada.
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