Columnists
A 2018 wildfire on B.C.'s Highway 97. Image: B.C.'s Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure/Flickr
Chuka Ejeckam | If strategies like reducing one's carbon footprint, voting for the climate, or persuading profiteers with subsidies aren't working, we shouldn't hold to them nonetheless, but seek more effective ones.
Podcast
The Burial of Kojo, Colonialism, Allegory and Truth. Image Copyright: Blitz the Ambassador and Array Films. Used with permission.
Face2Face | David Peck talks to Blitz the Ambassador about filmmaking and storytelling, illegal mining, magic and allegory, paradox, guilt and genetic memory and truthful moments in his newest film.
Blog
Yolanda Becerra Vega of the Organización Femenina Popular (OFP) in Colombia, KAIROS Women of Courage partner.
Rachel Warden | This year we are happy that it is finally acceptable (and even trendy) to be a feminist, but we urge Canadians and the Canadian government to fully embrace the challenge.
Blog
Cheryl McNamara | Always striving for extraordinary change, KAIROS expects bold new provincial and federal policies this year that will advance human and ecological rights.
Columnists
The 2014 Climate Change meeting in Bonn, Germany. Photo: Shubert Ciencia for UNFCCC
Murray Dobbin | Countries of the Global South and environmentalists are fighting developed countries oil giants being allowed in to climate change negotiations
Blog
Philippine delegates in Canada
Connie Sorio, Bishop Antonio Ablon | Can Canada champion world peace while simultaneously supporting Canadian extractive companies that are accused of human and ecological rights violations?
Blog
Cheryl McNamara | Last January, KAIROS released its wish list for the year -- 10 plus one hopes for the federal government and the provinces to fulfill. Two of these were realized. Here are our wishes for 2017.
Podcast
Gavin Armstrong on social entrepreneurship, malnutrition and the lucky iron fish
Face2Face | Gavin is a social entrepreneur and talks about opportunities in the Global South, the Lucky Iron Fish, bio medics, the importance of research and ‎the interconnected like nature of it all.
News
Photo: Nigel Martin
Joanne Penhale | Nigel Martin speaks about creating space for civil society activist voices in global governance organizations like the UN.
Columnists
Stephen Leahy | This December, 195 nations plus the European Union will meet in Lima for two weeks for the crucial UN Conference of the Parties on Climate Change, known as COP 20.
Blog
Photo: Mel Watkins
Alberto Daniel Gago | This commentary in the staple theory series explores the relevance of staple theory for understanding the modern barriers to development in the global South.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | On April 29, British Columbia’s mining companies will have a gala celebration at Canada Place in Vancouver to kick off BC Mining Week 2013. The Mining Justice Alliance also has plans for the week.