We will never learn the hard lessons if we do not face up to the true legacy of departed American presidents.
We can make a real difference. Stopping our military exports will impede Saudi Arabia’s military capacity to continue to wreak havoc in Yemen. It would also be a powerful, tangible, positive demonstration of support for human rights and the rule of law, at a time when they are under global attack.
Senate Human Rights Committee makes a series of innovative recommendations to ensure that Canada will not compromise human security for commercial interests.
Let Foreign Minister Chystia Freeland know that Canada’s Arms Trade Treaty accession legislation, Bill C-47, is just not credible without the inclusion of Canadian military exports to the United States.
Sign a message to Prime Minister Trudeau urging him to ensure that Canadian-made helicopters are not exported to the Philippine military, where they are almost certain to be used in the perpetration of terrible human rights abuses.
When will the Justin Trudeau Liberals start living up to their international legal responsibilities?