As Barrick Gold executives once again face their shareholders, investors should be asking themselves why this company is continuously embroiled in conflict.
In not acting quickly to curtail or halt operations in light of COVID-19, mining companies are putting workers and communities at greater risk.
The least Canada can do is step up and work with First Nations to implement a more fulsome response that is grounded in the human rights of First Nations.
Oscar Romero was assassinated 40 years ago because of his unequivocal opposition to the violation of human rights in El Salvador, military repression and extreme poverty.
Concerns are being raised about a Toronto-based oil company's contract with the Colombian army following community protests against its operations.
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Nora Sandigo's story as the legal guardian of 2,000 undocumented migrant children is the focus of the documentary "The Great Mother." She talks about the moment she knew she had to take action.
While Trudeau was busy promoting human rights and inclusive governance in Africa, militarized RCMP officers launched a raid against Indigenous land defenders in Wet'suwet'en territory.
A request for the company to support the restoration of electricity to homes of the Karonsi’e Dongi people in Bumper, East Luwu, South Sulawesi, Indonesia.
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How to create spaces for survivors, and learning to love himself again -- Sasha Joseph Neulinger discusses the experience of making "Rewind."
Banro Corporation serves as a case study for the need to find solutions to protect not only diverse and sensitive eco-systems, but also the lives, dignity, and human rights of people.