This year Inter Pares celebrates its 40th anniversary, and enthusiastically launches its fifth decade of global social action. This video tells the story of Inter Pares.
On April 30, over a hundred supporters and activists from Ottawa and around the world joined the event "The Future of International Solidarity: An open dialogue."
For over a decade, small, dedicated, disparate, sometimes competing groups of political activists have engaged in a seemingly quixotic quest to win the release of five imprisoned Cuban men.
A short documentary about how Canadian workers through the Canadian labour movement have built solidarity linkages throughout the world.
Rallies were held over the weekend in a number of major cities in Canada. Here's video from a rally of hundreds in Vancouver.
May 2, 2013 to May 3, 2013
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Ever wanted to figure out how we can resist pinkwashing and build genuine movements of solidarity that resist all forms of colonialism and occupation?
Join us live from Ottawa at 7 p.m. EST for the Inter Pares' 2013 speaker series, featuring Jennifer Moore of Mining Watch and Ahnan from Northern Burma.
Now almost a decade running, IAW has become more than an annual event. It is a global institution. Last year, events were held in 215 cities worldwide.
We express our indignation and extend our solidarity to the families of Ismael Solorio Urrutia and his wife Manuela Martha Solís Contreras of the community ejido Benito Juárez.
like the Freedom Riders of the 1960s, our movement is not deterred by the violence of those who oppose us: we continue to return because our belief in civil rights demands no less.