Al-Hawl refugee camp. Image: Y. Boechat/Wikimedia Commons
Monia Mazigh | 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."
Breanna Ho | Students from the University of Alberta were one of many groups that mobilized on Khadr's behalf over five years ago.
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Kathleen Copps | Last month, two voices from the U.S. military travelled to Edmonton to give their support for Omar Khadr's release, and international support for Khadr's release continues to grow.
Redeye Collective | Rape has been used as a weapon in the conflict in Congo in unprecedented ways. Jill Trenhom says the war is driven by a quest for the resources needed for computers and mobile phones.
Kathleen Copps | Omar Khadr's first appearance before the Canadian public last week sparked considerable interest. But the media largely missed the real story.
Paul Tetrault, Kathy Copps | Today is Omar Khadr's twenty-seventh birthday. He has been incarcerated since he was 15.
Amira Elghawaby | Questions remain as to why it's taken so long for the government to fulfill the promise it made during Mr. Khadr's 2010 plea bargain.
Lawyers Rights Watch | The Canadian government has also failed to take any steps to prevent or remedy U.S. crimes against Khadr including torture and other ill treatment.
Monia Mazigh | The truth is that Omar's likely return to Canada is not motivated by an urgent change of heart in the position of the Canadian government.
Scott Weinstein | How do you explain to enthusiastic youth that the persuasive Kony 2012 campaign, urging them to do human rights direct action, is, uh... great, but... there's a problem... ?
Krystalline Kraus | Hey everyone, I just wanted to give you a heads up about the Kony 2012 campaign, gone viral as a social media success story with an important message to boot.
Book Review
Janet Newbury | Romeo Dallaire's book sheds light on the plight of the child soldier and why we need to speak out for Omar Khadr.