Over the next five weeks we’ll share amazing stories of hope brought to life through the words of inspiring people: Razia, Lina, Mariam, Omar and Anne.
In Colombia, and many parts of the world, women and men who defend human rights face incredible risks to their physical safety.
The people with whom Inter Pares works demonstrate profound courage, in their patience, persistence,fearlessness and motivation.
Aung San Suu Kyi has been silent in the face of genocide. Why revoking her Honorary Canadian Citizenship is right.
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.
Peter Gillespie reflects on more than two and a half decades with Inter Pares.