Be Brave, Be Bold is the Feminist Foreign Policy Working Group's official submission to the Government of Canada on its feminist foreign policy.
What We Heard is a summary of rich input from the public and a variety of organizations who have articulated what a feminist foreign policy means to them, and what Canada can do to facilitate its implementation,
The report compiles a number of insights and key lessons for supporting movement building and systemic change, with a political analysis that centers gender and its intersection with Indigenous rights.
The Food Security Policy Group urges Canada to focus on small-scale farming to achieve gender equality and empowerment of women.
A new report details Burmese Army’s use of rape as a weapon against the Rohingya women and girls.
In order to shed light on Honduras's under-reported mass migration, PCS organized a delegation of six international experts to investigate the situation. Taking their report to national and international authorities in the summer of 2015, PCS helped reveal these horrendous realities, pressuring local governments and international institutions to address those issues.
Swedish, US and Canadian pension funds have acquired farmlands in Brazil by way of a Brazilian businessman accused of using violence and fraud to displace small farmers. These pension funds are also using complex company structures that have the effect of evading Brazilian laws restricting foreign investments in farmland.
For over 20 years, Inter Pares has collaborated with local groups in Burma and neighbouring countries.
Inter Pares welcomes the DFATD’s consultative process on its new Draft Civil Society Partnership Policy to which it recommends 11 modifications.
Digging Deeper - Toward Greater Action on Global Rights for Women and Girls