Written by Diana Anton, Deputy Director, Strategic Policy Technological advancements have changed every aspect of modern life socially, politically, and economically. By the end of 2019, it is estimated that 53.6 percent of the global population were using the Internet. Additionally, the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) reports that access to mobile networks is now so… Read More
Written by Ibnat Islam, Policy Researcher Rohingya refugees are faced with a new struggle as COVID-19 continues ravaging Bangladesh. Over 300 Rohingya refugees (which includes around 33 children), who arrived at the Southern coast of Bangladesh, have been moved to Bhasan Char, an island in the Bay of Bengal. These refugees were rescued by the… Read More
STAND Canada has received funding to hire one fundraiser, who will be responsible for conducting research to build databases of funding sources and fundraising tools and creating fundraising templates and strategies. In 2020, we plan to continue our work educating Canadians and politicians, government officials, and staffers for positions that alleviate the suffering of people affected by genocide.… Read More
STAND Canada has received funding to hire one graphics designer, who will be responsible for creating designs for digital and print media.
This position focuses on creating graphics for print and the web to support our educational and outreach activities pertaining to the educational and advocacy campaigns we lead. In 2020, we plan to continue our work educating Canadians and politicians, government officials, and staffers for positions that alleviate the suffering of people affected by genocide.… Read More
By Anita Jelodari, Blog writer The nature of crime in the human sciences is understood through its conceptual definition, but in criminal law, the process of knowing the nature of a crime comes with the definition of that crime in the criminal code. As mentioned in the previous article, in general, every crime involves three… Read More