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July 4, 2017, by Rachel Warden

Indigenous women are disproportionately affected by the impacts of resource extraction. This month’s blog gives voice to their experiences and highlights their critical role in defending their land and communities. […]

Victims silenced: Gang rape survivors from Papua New Guinea denied speaking rights at Barrick’s Annual General Meeting

May 15, 2017, by Sakura Saunders

Everlyn Gaupe and Joycelyn Mandi travelled across the planet from the highlands of Papua New Guinea to downtown Toronto to confront Barrick Gold at th ...

Colombia’s resistance to Canadian mining interests is multi-faceted and fearless

February 16, 2017, by Fernanda Sánchez Jaramillo

Edith Taborda is an Indigenous mother of two girls who belongs to the Embera Karamba community in Quinchia (Risaralda). She is also an activist agains ...

“I have hope that I can count on us:” Speech at the Fredericton March Against Islamophobia and Deportations

February 8, 2017, by Gül Çalışkan

My name is Gül Çalışkan. I am an immigrant, I am a Muslim, I am Canadian, and Fredericton is where I call home, where my heart is. Three feelings ...