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May 24, 2018

Venezuelan elections offer insight into regional trends

Jim Hodgson
Venezuela's election was an effort to educate Maduro loyalists and to separate the opposition into two groups: those who are open to reasonable negotiation and those whose position will never change.
Podcast
Nov 1, 2015

Abortion in Chile

WINGS
As of October 25, 2015, Chile's Congress is debating de-criminalizing abortion in cases of life endangerment, fetal malformation, and up to 18 weeks only in cases of rape.
Blog
Jan 13, 2015
Photo: Magnus von Koeller/flickr

Digging out of Canada's mining dilemma

David Suzuki
Canadian mining companies haven't always had a great record for environmental and social responsibility in communities where they operate, but public scrutiny and pressure may help to change that.
Blog
Nov 14, 2014

Do no harm, Canada

Jennifer Moore
The Inter American Human Rights Commission calls on Canada to prevent mining abuses before they happen.
Podcast
Apr 8, 2014

A conversation with Arundhati Roy

Redeye
Arundhati Roy paid her first visit to Vancouver in early April. While she was there, Carmen Rodriguez took the opportunity to talk with her about politics, writing and resistance movements.

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