What if, this year, we take Mother’s Day back to its roots: a celebration of women as changemakers and contributors to society.
Inter Pares supports communities in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and Canada to create sustainable livelihoods and healthy futures.
Inter Pares is dismayed by the recent announcement made by the Government of Canada concerning investigatory oversight of Canadian corporations overseas.
Once a year, COFAMIDE coordinates a caravan of mothers who travel through Central America and Mexico to investigate the whereabouts of missing migrants and to raise their profile.
The immigration laws that determine migrants’ lives are based on a forced/ voluntary distinction, but the reality is much more complex.
Mariam Sow is the Director of ENDA Pronat, a Senegalese NGO dedicated to supporting ecological agriculture, family farms, and women’s rights.
Omar Fernández believes in the power of people. A highly respected human rights activist and leader, Omar has dedicated his life to strengthening social movements in Colombia.
The women’s rights movement in Sudan has a long and vibrant history. Generations of activists have fought this struggle and continue to do so.
Interpares reflects as Parliament passes a motion revoking Aung San Suu Kyi's honorary Canadian citizenship.
Canadian organizations have signed on supporting rights of women’s rights activists Samar Badawi and Nassima al-Sada, and commend Minister Freeland for her uncompromising stand for human rights.
We would like to introduce you to some amazing members of the Inter Pares community, through the books they have published.