Activists use #KeepEyesOnSudan across social media to raise awareness about the ongoing war in Sudan and to advocate for international attention and support. And in the early days of the war, all eyes were on Sudan as foreigners raced to leave the country’s capital, Khartoum.
In Burma, civil society is innovating in dire circumstances while preserving hope in the future. The country has long suffered under military dictatorships and civil war. But since the military initiated a coup in 2021, systematic human rights abuses and mass displacement have only gotten worse. For 30 years, Inter Pares has worked with local organizations toward a democratic future for Burma. In this Bulletin, we share a small sample of our more than 40 local counterparts’ tireless work.
Inter Pares is located on the unceded territory of the Anishinaabe Omàmiwinini. Our community is spread across the Indigenous lands currently known as Canada. As part of our commitment to decolonization, we build relationships with Indigenous-led movements and foster connections between Indigenous communities in Canada and internationally.
In this Bulletin, learn how Indigenous people in Canada are resisting mineral extraction, bringing long shut-out voices to policy conversations and defining their own food systems.
Together with our counterparts, we are campaigning for an agroecology that cultivates autonomy.
From COVID-19, to coups, to coerced sterilization, difficult circumstances bring communities together.
This Bulletin shares stories of people facing dark and painful struggles by giving their energy, love and support to others. In being beacons for others, people around the world are finding their way through difficult times.
Big or small, advocacy done right can change lives for the better.
In this Bulletin all about feminist advocacy, meet community groups demanding respect for women in their community, lawyers working to change an unjust legal system from within, and young people fighting for their right to sexual education.
This Bulletin showcases how counterparts use art as a tool to advance social justice. From India to Colombia to Guinea-Bissau, communities are harnessing film, dance, dress, and visual arts to visibilize and humanize marginalized people and their struggles.
Redefining Realities: The art of social justice celebrates the creative expression of communities to better represent who they are – and their visions for a more just and equal world.
This Bulletin celebrates generations coming together to keep social movements vibrant and alive—and highlights young activists rebuilding and reshaping our world.
This Bulletin considers the many routes to justice, from community spaces to formal systems, and how our counterparts work within each to advocate for their communities.
As Canada marks Black History Month and International Development Week, we ask ourselves: How can we resist, rather than reinforce, global structures of racism and colonialism?