By Joyeeta Ray in Toronto, ON For the last several months, much of the political discussion in the United States has revolved around President Donald…View More Job Market for Immigrants Consists of Minimum Wage and Moonlighting
by Florence Hwang in Regina, Saskatchewan While performer and playwright Natasha Martina was researching in a library in Dublin for a play, she came up…View More Tales of Immigrant Women in Canada
by Peter Uduehi (@kogibobo) in Toronto Here in Canada, the seemingly peaceful transition of power that is about to take place in Nigeria, as a…View More Nigerian-Canadians Look Forward to Change at the Helm
by Kurt Muller in Toronto When I was a small child, sitting in the back seat of my father’s car on a street in Cape…View More Homophobia in Africa: Tackling the Root
by Maryam Mirza (@MsMMirza) in Ottawa #JeSuisCharlie #IAmBaga Both powerful hashtags. Both ways for people all around the world to express public outcry over the…View More Boko Haram: Where is the Global Outcry?
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 Our Special Correspondent Politically-mobilized diaspora communities have the potential to act as “spoilers’” in conflict resolution and post-war reconciliation in their home countries, Sri…View More Diaspora Diary: Emigrants can be spoilers in conflict resolution