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Inter Pares supports communities in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and Canada to create sustainable livelihoods and healthy futures.
Inter Pares has a new website!
September 24, 2014
More content, new look, more engaging: Inter Pares' new website provides hundreds of articles that relate to the work of organizations and activists that they support around the world.
The option of justice for Sefwi farmers
March 3, 2014
For nine years now, Ghanaian farmers have been fighting to obtain full compensation for the loss of their land and livelihoods.
Las Pavas: The struggle for land
February 5, 2014
The land issue is central to the latest efforts by Colombians to bring an end to fifty years of conflict.
Open for Justice: Increasing corporate accountability in Canada
January 13, 2014
Those who have been harmed by Canadian mining operations overseas need to be able to seek justice in Canada.
Assétou Samaké: Teacher, scientist, and defender of seeds
November 6, 2013
According to Assétou, GMOs and industrial agriculture further entrenched inequalities between women and men.
Seeking truth and justice in Guatemala
September 20, 2013
Working with local organizations for over two decades, PCS and Inter Pares have assisted Guatemalans as they attempt to rebuild the social fabric of their communities.
Food and migrant workers: An engaging matter
June 5, 2013
While many farmers treat their employees fairly, temporary foreign worker programs create a systemic vulnerability for migrant workers.
temporary foreign worker program
Canada and the south: What unites us?
April 27, 2013
As a nation, Canada is known increasingly for its isolationist and individualistic positions rather than its collaboration.
Developing Justice: Natural resources and fair economies
April 3, 2013
In this year's speakers series Ahnan and Jennifer Moore discuss how they are advocating for just and sustainable development in their communities.
Rejecting the cult of austerity
February 8, 2013
We all believe that countries need to live within their means, but what those means are, and how they are spent, is another matter.
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