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A world without genocide | Un monde sans génocide

By Farah Bogani, STAND Canada Blog Writer Since achieving independence in 2011, South Sudan has been faced with escalating tensions culminating in the ouster of Vice-President Riek Machar by President Salva Kiir in July 2013, followed by accusations of an attempted coup by Machar in December 2013. Since then, the conflict has taken on a… Read More


By Ekta Singla, STAND Canada Policy Researcher and Special Guest Blog Writer International aid programmes to war torn countries have been met with mixed reactions from human rights activists, NGOs and foreign policy researchers, as it promotes in  dictatorial regimes a lack of responsibility for the poor living conditions of its own people, and hurts local… Read More


On the morning of Tuesday, May 30, STAND Canada, along with Arsham Parsi of the Iranian Railroad for Queer Refugees, and New Democrat MP Jenny Kwan hosted a news conference on Parliament Hill regarding the refugee transportation loan program. Click here to view our news conference. Please take two minutes to share this video or… Read More


NGOs and MP Kwan Call on Canada to End Refugee Transportation Loan Program OTTAWA, May 30, 2017 – STAND Canada, a youth-led anti-genocide organization; the Iranian Railroad for Queer Refugees, which supports LGBT refugees awaiting resettlement in Turkey; and New Democrat MP Jenny Kwan are calling on the Canadian government to replace the refugee transportation… Read More


By Maria Simeonova, STAND Canada Policy Director The Myanmar government continues to willfully neglect the ongoing atrocities against 1.1 million marginalized Rohingya through inflicting destruction on Rohingya homes, arson, rape and the forcible relocation into internal displacement camps (IDP camps). A recent military crackdown ensued following alleged evidence that Rohingya militants orchestrated attacks against the border… Read More