Once a year, COFAMIDE coordinates a caravan of mothers who travel through Central America and Mexico to investigate the whereabouts of missing migrants and to raise their profile.
The Hum Podcast
Julie Francoeur of Fairtrade Canada talks about how people get caught up in slavery, how it finds itself in nearly everything we own, and ways to address this ever-growing dilemma.
A church group faces threats, surveillance and wiretapping for working with those impacted by war and displacement in Colombia.
A collective letter was presented to the Cornerstone Capital Resources booth at the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada’s 2019 Conference.
Asia Pacific Currents
Maria Ressa, CEO of media organization Rappler, talks about why the Philippines is one of the world's most dangerous places for journalists.
Last year Peace Brigades International-Canada hosted two human rights defenders opposed to Vancouver-based Fortuna Silver Mines Inc. in Oaxaca, Mexico.
Is there more to be said about controversial and polarizing figure Jordan Peterson? Filmmaker Patricia Marcoccia talks about her new film "Shut Him Down: The Rise of Jordan Peterson."
The Hum Podcast
African-American police officer Major Monique Brown discusses the documentary "Charm City," growing up in the community she serves, and her first time trying poutine.
Meza requires protective accompaniment to report on human rights violations under a government Canada recognizes despite widespread allegations of electoral fraud in 2017.
Eritrean refugees want to sue B.C.-based Nevsun Resources over alleged forced labour at its gold mine.