This series of five short videos gives an up-close look at how Likhaan uses alternative, community-based health programs and advocacy to promote women’s reproductive health and well-being.
Inter Pares has an extensive program on Burma, in which we have been collaborating with the Karen Women's Organization (KWO) since 2000. We asked two KWO leaders, Naw K'nyaw Paw and Naw Zipporah Sein, to speak about the nature of our collaboration.
Sai Khur Hseng is an activist who works closely with local community groups in Burma who stand up for customary land tenure systems that protect their land and the environment.
This video was created by Inter Pares staff member Rebecca Wolsak and screened at the 2016 International Women's Day celebration in Ottawa. It blends humour and serious introspection to review the past year's feminist highlights and lowlights at the local, national, and international levels, and contemplates the year to come.
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Warren Allmand, prominent international human rights consultant and member of the International Civil Liberties Monitoring Group (ICLMG), of which Inter Pares is a founding member, delivered the keynote address to Inter Pares' Annual General Meeting in April 2007. Under the theme of "Anti-Terrorism and Human Rights," Warren Allmand offered his reflections on the conclusions of the Arar Commission and criticized the current security establishment, which is increasingly threatening our rights and freedoms rather than protecting them.
This 5-minute video, produced by the Community Media Trust of the Deccan Development Society (DDS) in India, contrasts the great benefits to small-scale farmers of ecological agriculture compared to input-intensive monoculture and genetically engineered crops.
On April 25th, Inter Pares held its 2016 Speakers Series event, "From the Land: Reconciliation in action in Canada and Colombia." Relive or discover this event by watching the video.
This video of the World March of Women from Outaouais shares voices of participants who tell us why in 2015, we still need to march.
For two years, over 500 farmers from the different cotton-growing regions in Burkina Faso documented their experience with Monsanto’s Bt cotton. This three-year farmer-led research initiative, called “Bt Cotton and Us: The Truth from our Fields,” provides an important counterbalance, as Burkina Faso was the first country in West Africa to adopt genetically modified organisms (GMOs), and industry often lauds its success when promoting GMOs in other countries.