by Ranjit Bhaskar Strict requirements for newcomers to meet “Canadian experience” norms are discriminatory and can only be used in rare circumstances, the Ontario Human…View More ‘Canadian experience’ job norms violate Ontario rights code
by Ranjit Bhaskar The United Nations Special Rapporteur on human rights in Iran will be visiting Canada and the U.S. to gather information from the diaspora…View More Diaspora Diary: UN human rights panel on Iran to tap into views of diaspora in Canada
by Ujjal Dosanjh Egypt has gone through momentous changes in the last three years. There was the popular overthrow of Hosni Mubarak. The elections resulted…View More Guest Column: Good Riddance Morsi
by Alice Musabende in Ottawa and Jacky Habib in Toronto Diaspora populations are increasingly being seen as “bridge builders” between host countries and the nations…View More Diaspora groups as essential bridge builders
The debate as to who speaks for Muslims in the West has festered among the minds of the western intelleigentsia and politicians since Islamists have…View More Who speaks for Muslims?
Economic issues, deepening the relationship within the North American continent and the Canadian visa requirement for Mexicans, dominated the meeting held elected president of Mexico,…View More Economy and visas dominated the meeting between Harper and Peña Nieto