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Philip Lee | As migration and displacement of people worldwide have increased, so has media coverage, not all positive.
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Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | If convicted, Scott Warren could spend 20 years in prison for giving migrants in need "food, water, beds and clean clothes."
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Maya Bhullar | Tangible ways to help organizations addressing the needs of migrants in Mexico.
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Map of Median Household income in Australia
Piergiorgio Moro | Australia and New Zealand have similar histories. Organizing workers also shares many similarities between the two countries.
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Karl Nerenberg | In 2002, Canada and the U.S. signed an agreement that says asylum seekers can be sent back to the U.S. when they try to enter Canada. Trump’s recent actions make that agreement look ridiculous.
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Connie Sorio, Tess Agustin | On Thanksgiving we gather with family and friends and often we acknowledge the delicious bounty that's before us. But what about the temporary foreign workers who tend to and harvest this food?
Podcast
Redeye Collective | Sanctuary Health formed in response to Harper government cuts to refugee health care. They have continued to advocate for undocumented workers and are calling for Vancouver to become a sanctuary city.
Podcast
Piergiorgio Moro | Labour updates of workers struggles in the Asia-Pacific region, and the struggle by the ETU to organize and protect migrant workers in Melbourne, Australia.
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Sophia Reuss | Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale has refused a meeting with the immigration detainees. In the past five months, three people have died in immigration detention.
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Azeezah Kanji | Fourteen people have died in detention since 2000, two this month. Canada needs to end indefinite immigration detention and needs a fundamental re-think of immigration policy.
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J. Baglow | Hungarian refugees has an edge in 1956; rightly or wrongly, they were perceived as "ours": anti-Communist "freedom fighters." Today's Syrian refugees don't have that edge and they're suffering for it.
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Fatima Syed | Multimedia project Never Home has brought the impact and reality of the Harper government's immigration policies over a decade to life and fuelled a movement to welcome refugees to Canada.