Raising China’s human rights’ record with the regime plays great to the audience at home, but hasn’t done a lick for dissidents and activists across China.
Canada’s approach to China amounts to hypocrisy on human rights.
Demi and Ashton’s campaign against sex trafficking sparks a debate.
Canada must take full responsibility for human rights violations in its overseas companies, like the rape and torture reported at a mine in Papua New Guinea.
A disproportionate share of exhibits in the new Canadian Museum for Human Rights will focus on atrocities from the Second World War, at the expense of other crimes against humanity.
At the G20 protests, “Black Bloc” protestors damaged property; police hurt human beings. Who’s more dangerous?
Human trafficking exists in Canada. A national strategy does not. Bill C-268 was a victory, but we need to do more.
The summit is the time for nations to unite and encourage China to reach a peaceful solution to the Tibet issue.
Governments like Canada’s must try to persuade Burmese leaders to protect their citizens’ freedoms during the upcoming election.