|News Jessie Johnston | The Sochi Olympics were so great, right?! Wrong. Don't let the flash deceive you, these Games served up a litany of issues from human rights abuses to environmental destruction.|
|Columnists Amy Goodman | The Sochi Winter Olympics begin tomorrow and continue to highlight the abuses that are now standard in Putin's Russia. People from all nations continue to speak out, but at what cost and what benefit?|
|News Kathleen Copps | Last month, two voices from the U.S. military travelled to Edmonton to give their support for Omar Khadr's release, and international support for Khadr's release continues to grow.|
|Blog Karl Nerenberg | Amnesty has joined with human rights and labour groups to launch a campaign giving legislated access to justice in Canada to people around the world affected by Canadian mining companies.|
This Week on Media Mornings: May 18—post BC election: Éric Grenier (threehundredeight.com), Gurpreet Singh, Stewart Phillip (UBCIC), MiningWatchThis Week on Media Mornings | B.C. election post-mortem: Éric Grenier (threehundredeight.com), Gurpreet Singh (Radio India), Grand Chief Stewart Phillip (UBCIC). Plus Jen Moore (MiningWatch) on Canadian mining abuses.
|Columnists Monia Mazigh | There might well be terrorists arrested by Mauritania but we should not forget that there are likely innocent people being detained as well. Aaron Yoon could be one of them.|
Labour news this week: Backlash on EI changes, Nevsun accused of using forced labour, unions back Idle No MoreLori Theresa Waller | Criticism of the Harper government's restrictive new rules for employment insurance recipients grew this week. Our labour reporter rounds up this and other top labour stories from the week.
|Blog Mandy Hiscocks | Today I'm filing a human rights application against the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services and Vanier Centre for Women.|
|Podcast Adam Bemma | jhr Montreal correspondent Adam Bemma speaks to Life Stories Montreal about the month-long event, Rencontres.|