Podcast
Justin Podur, Matt Adams | Author Justin Podur issues a powerful challenge and wake-up call to the international NGO and development community about the international occupation of Haiti.
Activist Toolkit
| 'Grassroots' comics are often linked to activist organizations, movements, and social change campaigns
Activist Toolkit
| Tactical Tech is an international NGO dedicated to bringing about social change via information & technology
Activist Toolkit
| Transparency International is an NGO dedicated to the fight against corruption
News
Michael Ryan Wiseman | The NGO way-forward debate comes down to this: How do you move a pile of excrement without getting any on you? The fundamental question is one of existence with or without compromise.
News
Haitians in Cité Soleil queue for food after the earthquake, in January 2010. Photo: The United Nations
Paul Jackson and Joegodson Déralciné | Canadians who have donated to Haiti after the earthquake believe they are helping the victims. They're not. It's simply extraordinary to see how corporate power continues to profit at every turn.
News
Jennifer Henderson | rabble.ca asks heads of several non-governmental organizations for their views on the promises made, and all believe the G20 leaders require remedial classes.
Blog
Alheli Picazo | International Aid groups advised by Conservative Senator to "shut the fuck up" on the issue of abortion as it pertains to Stephen Harper's G8 maternal health initiative.
Columnists
Alice Klein | As grassroots NGOs get their lobbying smarts in gear for the June 20 G20 Summit, a hefty number from around the world will be focusing on the so-called Robin Hood tax.
News
Jeanne finally allows Slande, a volunteer from Florida, to clean and redress her amputation stump at the very busy Hopital d'Etat de la Universite Haiti. Photo: Scott Weinstein
Scott Weinstein | Amid the rubble, Port-au-Prince is a boomtown for the international aid-relief industry. It would be much better if its people could be allowed to decide how to spend money raised for their relief.
News
Lunch service at a mission in Haiti, taken Feb. 9, 2010. Photo: Graham Lavery
Mara Kardas-Nelson | Three activists discuss the need for less interference and more aid to build long-term solutions in Haiti.
Podcast
Kelly Quance, Sylvia Squair, Salma Tarikh, Matthew Puddister, Laure Desjardins-Arevalo | As causes and NGOs take their message and their identities online are they gathering real followers and fans or just cause wannabes?