News
Maha Zimmo | Paul Staniszewski, who funds scholarships at the University of Windsor and Osgoode Hall Law School, "is asking that those scholarships not be awarded to any students 'of Islamic background.'"
Podcast
Peter Royce | Maher Arar speaks to a CCPA fundraising dinner in Vancouver about the loss of civil and human rights in post 9/11 Canada.
Blog
Am Johal | With over 250,000 people expected to attend the 2010 Olympics, tenancy protections aren't even on the radar in British Columbia.
Columnists
Am Johal | Claire Mahon is an international human rights lawyer and the principle author of Fair Play for Housing Rights: Mega-Events, Olympic Games and Housing Rights. She spoke with Am Johal in Vancouver.
News
Sedef Arat-Koc | The new imperialism involves a specifically racialized application of human rights principles to specific populations.
Book Review
Monia Mazigh | In this excerpt from her new book, Monia Mazigh recounts life for her and her husband, Maher Arar, in the weeks following September 11, 2001.
Columnists
June Chua | When I caught up with Manjushree Thapa in Kathmandu, some five months after meeting her for the first time in Toronto, we were accosted by a young man who asked for her autograph.
Columnists
Linda McQuaig | Since the Israelis show no willingness to stop the land takeover, countries like Canada have a vital role to play.
Columnists
Linda McQuaig | On Israel's 60th anniversary last April, Prime Minister Stephen Harper promised Canada's "unshakable" support for Israel.
Book Review
Philippa Mennell | Through photographs and stories Street Stories and Hope in Shadows articulate the larger context contributing to poverty and homelessness in Vancouver.
Columnists
AK | As 2008 fades into memory, one can't help but point out that it was an interesting year for women. 2008 marked the year that women became equal to men - at least according to the Harper government.
Podcast
Geoff Hughes, Chris Albi and Andre Clement | GAZA: Three extraordinary interviews on the humanitarian crisis in Gaza!