While many farmers treat their employees fairly, temporary foreign worker programs create a systemic vulnerability for migrant workers.
Inter Pares supports communities in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and Canada to create sustainable livelihoods and healthy futures.
As a nation, Canada is known increasingly for its isolationist and individualistic positions rather than its collaboration.
In this year's speakers series Ahnan and Jennifer Moore discuss how they are advocating for just and sustainable development in their communities.
We all believe that countries need to live within their means, but what those means are, and how they are spent, is another matter.
"When the rights of migrants are denied, the rights of citizens are at risk." December 18 was identified 12 years ago by the United Nations.
In their 14-day tour, José, Diego and Father Juan Luis visited nine Canadian cities, held 20 meetings and reached over 500 people with their message.
Activists from Asia and West Africa gathered in India to share and plan around food security and ecological agriculture.
The goal of Inter Pares' "Just Work?" tour is to further the dialogue needed in Canada to address the marginalization and abuse of temporary migrant workers.
We support people from Burma working together to protect the environment and to provide food and health care to their own communities.
On Monday April 23, Asha El-Karib and Amanda Dale will discuss the inspiration and the challenges of promoting peace and women's rights amidst violence and fundamentalism.