Renewed Interest in Re-Engaging Iran ‘Coming Much too Late,’ Hoodfar’s Niece says

It’s been 100 days since the Iranian regime imprisoned Concordia University anthropologist Homa Hoodfar in the country’s notorious Evin Prison. As the Iranian Canadian Congress called on the Trudeau government to re-establish diplomatic ties with…

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Experts Say More Concrete Action Needed for Women’s Education, Sexual Rights

On International Women’s Day, equal rights experts say that cabinet gender equality, a prime minister who calls himself a feminist and social media campaigns such as #HeForShe help in the fight for women’s rights in…

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Experts say Liberal Counter-Radicalization Office Should Bridge, Not Drive, Regional Efforts

Among the Liberal campaign promises that are facing closer scrutiny now that the party is forming a government, the party’s vow to “prioritize community outreach and counter-radicalization, by creating the Office of the Community Outreach and…

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Harper the Only Main Party Leader not Meeting with Freed Fahmy

Freed Canadian journalist Mohamed Fahmy touched down in Canada in time for Thanksgiving on Saturday and federal parties wasted no time in setting up meetings with him for their leaders, with one notable exception — Stephen…

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