Brexit is hard to take your eyes off, and not just in a slo-mo train wreck way. The issues are difficult, and the more you try to position yourself, the spikier they get.
Land, water and human rights defenders increasingly face danger and death. The Shelter City Network offers safety and a brief rest from the struggle.
Peace Brigades International provides needed security and support to those on the front lines as activists are killed in record numbers and climate breakdown intensifies.
Alejandra Marquez Arbella, Ilse Salas and Face2Face host David Peck talk about Mexico, wealth, oppression and power, social inequalities and how the economic and the political affect the everyday.
Activists from an Ottawa Gatineau Solidarity Network served notice that the anti-Indigenous, homophobic, and fascistic tendencies of the Bolsonaro regime will meet with international resistance.
Ash Mayfair and host David Peck talk about her new film "The Third Wife," sexual, historical and political context, choice and options, forced marriage and how the personal becomes universal.
As Canada heads into a federal election year, the Trudeau government has the opportunity to show moral conviction in global politics by supporting peace and democracy abroad.
Netflix's decision to censor an episode of comedian Hasan Minhaj's series, blocking access to it within Saudi Arabia, has implications that ripple far beyond the borders of the Saudi dictatorship.
Mariam Sow is the Director of ENDA Pronat, a Senegalese NGO dedicated to supporting ecological agriculture, family farms, and women’s rights.
Although Canada was the first country to label the Myanmar crisis a genocide, the Trudeau government’s actions to help the persecuted Rohingya people receive a C grade, says a panel of experts.