Canada

What’s happening? Since August 25 over 370,000 Rohingya Muslims have been forced from their homes in Myanmar, also known as Burma, into neighboring Bangladesh. Refugees and satellite imagery present the world with evidence that these refugees fled what the Myanmar military is calling “clearance”, but what is in reality systematic mass killings and burning of… Read More


UPDATE SEPTEMBER 14: Following Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s expressing “deep concern” to Aung San Suu Kyi, STAND Canada has updated this Action Alert to call on Trudeau to condemn Myanmar’s military on camera, such as at the United Nations General Assembly. What’s happening? Since August 25 over 370,000 Rohingya Muslims have been forced from their homes… Read More


Make Canada’s Response to Trump’s Refugee Ban Count Donald Trump’s anti-refugee executive order has created chaos, where Syrian and Iraqi refugees are now stranded in American airports. But you can do something now to help them. One concrete thing Canada can do this week is suspend its Safe Third Country Agreement with the United States.… Read More


Truth and Reconciliation Commission Report Executive Summary

This summary of the 500-page Truth and Reconciliation Commission Report Executive Summary was produced to prepare delegates for Learn, Listen, Act: Promoting Reflexivity to Genocide of Indigenous Peoples Conference held in January 2016.

Prepared by: Katarina Todic, Priya Ramesh, Kitty Shepherd, Claire Thompson, Mark Gulla, Moatasim Tungekar, Nabiha Chowdhury, Maria Simeonova

Link to Executive Summary
Link to TRC Findings

(more…)

Speaker Sessions: Ernie Crey – Missing and Murdered Aboriginal Women              This post is a response to a talk about missing and murdered aboriginal women given by Ernie Crey at the STAND Canada 2016 Directors Conference:  “Learn, Listen, Act: Promoting Reflexivity to Genocide of Indigenous Peoples.” From January 21-23, 2016, STAND Canada convened… Read More