May 17 is recognized as the International Day against Homophobia, which was established in 2004 to commemorate the WHO's decision to remove homosexuality from the list of mental disorders.
Former Guatemalan president Efrain Rios Montt was hauled off to prison last Friday. It was the first time in history that a former leader of a country was tried for genocide in a national court.
Two weeks ago a delegation from Manitoba traveled to Geneva, Switzerland to urge the United Nations to challenge Canada’s record on the human right to water.
This talk, by Jackie Lynne, was recorded at an event hosted by Indigenous Women Against the Sex Industry (IWASI) at the Vancouver Public Library on April 18, 2013
David P. Ball
The Canadian Civil Liberties Association warns that last night's passage of Bill S-7 is "very dangerous." The group's national security director Sukanya Pillay explains why.
By the end of September 2010, student debt exceeded nearly $15 billion and growing - higher than the debt of some provinces.
Within the next year, our Supreme Court may very well strike down Canada's prostitution laws. This article will attempt to explain what sex workers want and need in a post-decrim world.
Unions are about fairness: workplace fairness; economic fairness; opportunity fairness; political fairness; and democratic fairness. Unions promote fairness for all Canadians.
Prisoners on hunger strike in Guantanamo Bay are now being denied water among other abuses as prison guards attempt to force them off the strike, the prisoners' lawyers said Wednesday.
The facts show that legalizing prostitution has been a failure. It's time to look towards the Nordic model