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A world without genocide | Un monde sans génocide

By Gloria Palubjakova, STAND Canada Policy Researcher July 9, 2011 should have marked South Sudan’s independence from the longest running civil war in Africa, however this accomplishment has emerged as a temporary one. In 2015, attempts towards a peace deal through threats of sanctions by the UN were ineffective. The failure of the UN Security Council… Read More


Learn and Lobby at STAND’s Advocacy Conference STAND Canada invites you to join us in Ottawa May 27 to 29 for our #LiftTheBurden Advocacy Conference at Carleton University, and hear from experts on how to approach Members of Parliament on the refugee transportation loan program. Register for #LiftTheBurden on the conference page. Network with STAND… Read More


By STAND Canada Blog Writer, Liam Nolan The international community has come together repeatedly to chastise Myanmar’s government for its treatment of their Rohingya Muslim minority. However, at the center of the growing crisis is the country’s lack of transparency. The nation has banned journalists and humanitarian workers from entering Rakhine State, where the majority… Read More


By Farah Bogani, STAND Canada Blog Writer Gender has played a central strategic role throughout ISIS’ genocidal campaign against the Yazidi people. However, news coverage has often neglected this wider aspect of the destruction of the Yazidi population. If international legal and humanitarian responses are to deal effectively with the ongoing genocide, it is vital… Read More