Posts filed under: Human Rights

August 23rd was the day that UNESCO designated the International Day for the Remembrance of the Slave Trade and its Abolition, in their words they...
On the 20th of February the Oakville Beaver published an article about cracking down on human trafficking. This is good news. Without a doubt. As...
“My first trip to Cambodia was in 1998, only seventeen years after my family fled this war-torn country. I was shocked by much of what...
Cambodia is in the midst of a massive economic land concessions crisis, resulting in nearly 2.2 million hectares of land being reallocated from farmers and...
Please note that my Father passed away about two weeks after I wrote this piece on January 5th/2014. Look for a memorial follow up to...
Recently James Moore the Canadian Industry Minister’s comments sparked a wee bit of controversy around the age-old question about care and concern for others. Do...
In a November 19th Globe article, Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird announced that Canada would invest 10 million dollars over the next 18 months into...
“When the missionaries came to Africa they had the Bible and we had the land. They said ‘Let us pray.’ We closed our eyes. When...
Imagine standing alone on sinking sand. What a horrible fate that would be. A slow death, one that slowly squeezes the life out of you...
Today I’m wearing a Tommy shirt that I bought in Toronto for about 28 dollars. Think I paid about half price. Nice cotton. I like...