Communities of faith have continued to call on corporations and governments to practice restraint and respect. Growth at the expense of a healthy environment will only bankrupt all of creation.
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This paper draws on the invaluable insights of Indigenous activists, scholars, and experts to explore how implementing the UN Declaration can advance climate justice in Canada.
The federal government must address these ongoing and overlapping crises: climate change, domestic poverty, racism, and social exclusion.
We need to better understand who is most affected by COVID-19 and who has the decision-making power. This requires an intersectional gender-based analysis.
The federal government has pledged to introduce legislation for net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. As we recover from COVID-19, we must determine how that will be achieved.
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the federal government should take note of the fundamental role that foreign workers, including refugees, play in our food and health care systems.
The future to which we return must look different from the past. Not just in defending against an infectious virus, but also in resisting a society marred with poverty and ecological devastation.
The book isn’t merely a rallying call for basic income, but also one against the hyper-partisan politics that impede change.
The book shows how storytelling is key to formal recognition as a refugee and an important step to social inclusion and acceptance in the receiving country.
COVID-19 has almost completely choked off the flow of refugees to Canada, which has refugee sponsors worried about the backlog building up.