Human rights…

Dec 13, 2021 Canadian Bar Association Business and Human Rights The Bar uses the UN Guiding Principles (UNGP) (2011) and its update in 2018 to the UN General Assembly as the basis for lawyers to advise clients doing business internationally in … [Read more...]

Big Change…

Nov. 3, 2021  Monitor Magazine – Alex Himelfarb Big change: Five readings to help us understand what’s needed and what it will take Alex Himelfarb (he/him) is the chair of the CCPA national office board, former Clerk of the Privy Council … [Read more...]

Well-being…

July 19, 2021 Public Policy Magazine (Max Bell Institute – Canada)   Amr Soliman Budgeting for well-being This is a critique first published on June 21, 2021 in response to the April federal budget.  But is raises a point that begs an answer … [Read more...]

A moment…

June 2, 2021  Toronto Star - Susan Delacourt It took children buried in unmarked graves to bring home the horror of residential schools to non-Indigenous Canadians " Three days after the horrifying discovery of children’s remains outside a … [Read more...]

Fighting giants…

Nov. 30, 2020  On fighting giants and other evils… Churchill was once attributed with the remark that one can judge the quality of the civilization you have by the way you treat the country’s prisoners.  The present struggle between the … [Read more...]

Youth sex for sale…

May 11, 2018 Homeless Hub – Debra Schilling Wolfe; Johanna K.P. Greeson; Sarah Wasch; Daniel Treglia Human Trafficking Prevalence and Child Welfare Risk Factors among Homeless Youth: A Multi-City Study Sponsored by Covenant House International, … [Read more...]