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.
Live again or discover the highlights of Inter Pares 40th anniversary event by watching these videos.
A must-see documentary video on the worldwide phenomenon of massive land acquisition in West Africa.
Junice Melgar is a prominent health activist from the Philippines. She formed Likhaan, one of the country’s leading women’s health organizations.
In this interview, Dr. Melgar explains how Likhaan has successfully advocated for the passage of the Philippines Reproductive Health Bill, which is now law. It will reduce maternal deaths through the provision of quality health services for pregnant women, emergency obstetric care, family planning and contraception, and health education for youth.
Ghanaian cocoa farmers have been struggling to obtain full compensation from a Toronto-based mining company for the loss of their land.
Hear Kiko dela Tonga describe Inter Pares’ collaboration with Likhaan, a national women's health organization in the Philippines.
Dr. Cynthia provides critical healthcare to Burmese refugees at the Mae Tao Clinic near the Burma border in Thailand.
Project Counselling Service responds to Inter Pares question related to social justice.