Forty-five years after its founding, Inter Pares still aspires to uphold that principle for which we were named.
As a member of the Feminist Foreign Policy Working Group Inter Pares is pleased to share two new reports highlighting our aspirations for Canada’s feminist foreign policy.
In the global North and South, the COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated inequalities and caused an increase in physical, structural and economic violence experienced by women.
Pauline Worsfold, frontline nurse and Secretary-Treasurer of the Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions and Chairperson of the Canadian Health Coalition, reflects on a post-COVID transformation for healthcare.
Program manager Eric Chaurette shares his ten-year collaboration with Cathleen, a tireless leader for food sovereignty who passed away this spring.
In the fall of 2008, two Inter Pares collaborators, Cathleen Kneen and Moe Garahan, shared experiences and lessons learned across generations of food activism.
Don Kossick is a longtime community activist in Canada.
Geoff Evans describes why he has stayed engaged with Inter Pares over three decades.