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Watch: The Future of International Solidarity 40th Anniversary Event

Central to Inter Pares' work are our relationships with dedicated social justice activists around the world. They are the nexus where a wealth of cumulative experience meets the spark of new ideas.

This year Inter Pares celebrates its 40th anniversary, and enthusiastically launches its fifth decade of global social action. This video tells the story of Inter Pares, but also give voice to Inter Pares counterparts, staff, Board members, volunteers, who are doing incredible things here in Canada and around the world.

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On April 30, over a hundred supporters and activists from Ottawa and around the world joined the event "The Future of International Solidarity: An open dialogue."
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| January 14, 2015

In solidarity: the Canadian labour movement in the world

An engaging and compelling video documentary about how Canadian workers through the Canadian labour movement have built solidarity linkages throughout the world from Asia to the Middle East to Africa to the Americas. What they have learned, what they have shared - and the need for resistance and alternatives to build a more just world for all.

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Video: Hundreds rally in Vancouver to show solidarity with Turkey's Occupy Gezi movement

Video by DgSolidarity: June 3, 2013 VAG downtown Vancouver, unceded Coast Salish Territories -- Hundreds gathered at a very high energy rally to listen to impassioned speeches and poetry, experience Turkish culture, and to experience this very intense spoken work performance, held in Solidarity with the people in Istanbul and elsewhere in Turkey suffering at the hands of police, under an unrelenting government.

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Developing justice: Natural resources and fair economies

Recorded live from Ottawa at 7PM EST on Monday, April 22, the Inter Pares' 2013 speaker series, features Jennifer Moore of Mining Watch and Ahnan from Northern Burma.  Follow the event in French here.

 

 

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The ninth annual Israeli Apartheid Week: Education and solidarity more important than ever

The 9th Annual Israeli Apartheid Week (IAW) kicked off on February 25th of this year. Starting in Europe, then in Palestine, and opening this weekend in North America before moving on to South Africa. These are only some of the confirmed dates; February and March will play host to a number of informative events in countries all over the world.

Now almost a decade running, IAW has become more than an annual event. It is a global institution. Last year, events were held in 215 cities worldwide. IAWs include lectures, film screenings, workshops and more, all organized to educate and enlighten audiences on Israeli apartheid -- its historical context and present day consequences.

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Former MP Jim Manly is second from the right here, on board the Estelle. (Photo:
| October 17, 2012
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