The women’s rights movement in Sudan has a long and vibrant history. Generations of activists have fought this struggle and continue to do so.
Inter Pares supports communities in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and Canada to create sustainable livelihoods and healthy futures.
Interpares reflects as Parliament passes a motion revoking Aung San Suu Kyi's honorary Canadian citizenship.
Canadian organizations have signed on supporting rights of women’s rights activists Samar Badawi and Nassima al-Sada, and commend Minister Freeland for her uncompromising stand for human rights.
We would like to introduce you to some amazing members of the Inter Pares community, through the books they have published.
During the meetings on Parliament Hill, delegates painted a sobering picture of rights violations across the country, and proposed policy ideas for moving forward.
Join Inter Pares and the 30+ members of the Canadian Network on Corporate Accountability in calling for greater accountability of Canadian mining companies for negative human rights impacts.
This powerful documentary chronicles the journey of fourteen Rohingya refugee youth in Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario, who take to the stage to re-enact their families' harrowing experiences.
Do you know an organization carrying out transformative work to address discrimination and social exclusion? Help to raise the profile of this remarkable organization by nominating them.
Inter Pares remains highly concerned by the ongoing Rohingya crisis in Burma and Bangladesh, and by the pressing need for Canada to take stronger action.
Make sure your retirement fund is investing responsibly and not in organizations that are involved in criminal activity. Read the report published by InterPares and other partners.