Written By: Zoe Poole, Edited By: Sophie Heisler From idyllic landscapes of mountain and pine to the bustling city of Toronto, ‘the most multicultural city in the world’, Canada is often celebrated as a land of peace, where one can find serenity in nature and safety with respect to one’s diversity. That is, if you’re non-indigenous. While […]
The Need for Human Rights-Based Approach to Migrant Mobilizing By: By: Marko de Guzman, Editing by: Sophie Heisle Cover Art: Drawing of Gina Bahiwal, a temporary foreign worker, during the Justice for Migrant Workers Harvesting Freedom campaign The dislocation of migrant workers can impose a variety of negative effects on their daily realities. Adjusting to a new environment can […]
Qatar’s World Cup: Human Trafficking and the Kafala System By: Simone van Slooten, 24 November 2016 While human trafficking is a major global issue, distinct variations can be observed, which differentiate one region’s activity from another. For example, in the Pacific and East and South Asia, two thirds of the identified victims of human trafficking are smuggled […]
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Following the recent death of Saudi King Abdullah on Jan. 23, the ascendance of his half-brother, King Salman, to the throne has cast new light on the line of succession, leading to speculation over the future of reform in the country. Under King Abdullah, Saudi Arabia had experienced cautious, very limited reform. His initial policies […]