Last May, human rights experts at the United Nations called on Canada to repatriate little Amira, and have described the repatriation of children as "a humanitarian and human rights imperative."
Trudeau cannot ignore the damage he is doing to the efforts to fight the novel coronavirus in 20 of the world's poorest countries by maintaining sanctions.
Teyama Alkamli and Andrew Moir talk about their new film "Hockey Mom," a story about Syrian refugee Fatma and her son Majed and how they rebuilt their lives in Canada.
Below the ground outside Damascus, a subterranean hospital goes about its work in a hidden place. Sound designer Peter Albrechtsen talks about his work on "The Cave."
The Hum Podcast
Mohamad Lazakani discusses his experiences fleeing the Syrian civil war, settling in Toronto, and why he will always consider Syria home.
NUPGE has called for a stronger response from Canada against the recent Turkish invasion of Syria.
The Hum Podcast
Waad and Hamza Al-Kateab, along with director Edward Watts, discuss their film "For Sama," the conflicting information about Syria, and finding love within activism.
Asia Pacific Currents
The popular uprising in Syria has been drowned in blood. What could have the left and international solidarity movements done better to avoid this outcome?
David J. Climenhaga
Will the day come when it is acceptable for a Canadian Conservative politician to give a speech to a "freedom rally" put on by ISIS? Never say never!
By launching airstrikes without UN approval, the U.S. has once again flagrantly violated international law, and Ottawa immediately supported the U.S. bombing.