Today we consider a new briefing on keeping the door open to diplomacy in Ukraine, the implications of Canada’s China policy for the pivotal Montreal Summit on Biodiversity and the definitional challenge for assault-style rifles in Bill C-21.
We are in pre-election planning mode. Join us in our urgent effort to energize and mobilize progressives in all the federal parties to develop strong, innovative peacebuilding platforms.
Please help us turn our Prime Minister’s welcome rhetoric in support of human rights and the international rule of law from mere words to meaningful deeds.
By ending arms sales to Saudi Arabia, Canada can make a real difference toward genuine accountability in the brutal Khashoggi murder and in impeding Saudi Arabia’s ability to continue its monstrous war in Yemen.
Senate Human Rights Committee makes a series of innovative recommendations to ensure that Canada will not compromise human security for commercial interests.
The new protocol has come into effect without key signatories, including those who helped establish the ICC’s Rome Statute.