Inter Pares remains highly concerned by the ongoing Rohingya crisis in Burma and Bangladesh, and by the pressing need for stronger action.
Inter Pares staff are co-managers, but we also all consider ourselves fundraisers. While that is a role that makes many people cringe, it’s one we embrace!
Raising awareness of other realities, learning from others’ experiences, deepening our solidarity ... this is what Inter Pares seeks to do through our public engagement.
On September 26th, Inter Pares joined 30+ Canadian organizations and human rights activists in calling for further Canadian action on the crisis.
Program manager Guillaume Charbonneau tells us Flor's story and how she grew into her role supporting women's rights movements across Central America and Mexico.
Interview with Roch Tassé, coordinator of the International Civil Liberties Monitoring Group and Nicole Filion from the Ligue des droits et libertés.
Charm Tong has traveled widely to expose the ongoing exploitation of women and children in Burma and Thailand.
Co-founder of Tiniguena, she devoted her life to working for social change and peace in her country.