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Latin American bishops make urgent call for an ecological conversion in new pastoral exhortation

Wednesday, 16 May 2018 15:41

The Bishops’ conference of Latin America and the Caribbean (CELAM) has released a pastoral exhortation entitled "Missionary Disciples Custodians of the Common Home, Discernment in Light of Laudato si’,” that calls for care of creation in response to the damaging consequences of the over-exploitation of the Earth’s natural resources.

Published in Encyclical Laudato Si'

Trudeau government brings an ambitious feminist vision to Canada’s foreign policy, but no budget to bring it to light

Friday, 19 January 2018 09:57

Since Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced to the world that “Canada is back!” after his election in 2015, the world has been watching our self-identified feminist Prime Minister to see if he is truly bringing our country back on to the global stage. So far, he has named a cabinet with gender parity and then launched a “Feminist International Assistance Policy” (FIAP). This year, Canada will continue to be in the spotlight as we host the G7, while continuing to campaign for a seat on the UN Security Council in 2021.

Published in Gender Equality Blog

CIDSE appoints new Secretary General and welcomes Maryknoll as new member

Monday, 26 June 2017 15:21

At its mid-year meeting in Innsbruck, Austria, CIDSE’s Board of Directors appointed Josianne Gauthier as new Secretary General of CIDSE and voted to add Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns as an associate member of the organisation.

Published in Newsroom

Talk is not enough! Canadians take action across the country for mining justice

Thursday, 22 June 2017 08:04

Nearly a decade has passed since Canadian industry and civil society leaders recommended that their government create an ombudsperson to handle the grievances of people affected by Canadian oil, gas and mining companies operating overseas. Development and Peace has been at the forefront of this movement for access to justice for victims of human rights and environmental violations in that time.

Published in Blog Archive

In solidarity with those opposing pipelines on their ancestral lands

Friday, 02 December 2016 14:05

The government of Canada recently announced that it rejected the construction of the Northern Gateway pipeline, which would have cut through the protected forests in British Columbia, but approved two other pipelines, including the controversial Transmountain-Kinder Morgan project, despite staunch opposition by Indigenous communities and municipalities on whose land these pipelines will traverse. In addition, these projects run counter to the government’s commitment to the Paris Agreement to reduce GHG emissions by 2030.

Published in Climate Justice

Small Family Farmers: At the Heart of the Climate Justice

Monday, 14 November 2016 10:52

Small Family Farmers: at the Heart of the Climate Justice, a Development and Peace publication,
November 2016 (available in EN − FR)

Published in Food and Climate

CIDSE Highlights Special Issue: World Social Forum 2016

Thursday, 25 August 2016 07:53

CIDSE Highlights Special Issue: World Social Forum 2016

Published in General content

Mobilising the youth: discussing with Janelle Delorme on the World Social Forum.

Friday, 19 August 2016 09:55

Janelle Delorme, who started engaging in activism with Development & Peace since the young age of 12, is now a Regional animator for the region of Manitoba. She supports members in getting campaigns out in the parishes, educating the Canadians on different social justice issues that Development & Peace' partners from the global South are dealing with. At the World Social Forum, during the workshop “Climate Change: Continuing mobilization after Paris” she talked about youth mobilization in Canada.

Changing the system to address injustices: discussing with Mamadou Goita on the World Social Forum

Thursday, 18 August 2016 14:10

Mamadou Goita is the Executive Director of the Institute for Research and the Promotion of Alternatives in Development (IRPAD/Afrique), based in Bamako, Mali. An active participant of the World Social Forum since its first edition in Porto Alegre, he participated in Montreal as a panelist in the workshop “Agroecology for a healthy planet” organized by Development & Peace with USC Canada, Union Paysanne and SUCO. On that occasion we had a chance to chat with him on the most pressing challenges of our time, on the possible alternatives, and on the role the World Social Forum can play.

CIDSE World Social Forum Webinar

Wednesday, 10 August 2016 13:18

Invitation to CIDSE World Social Forum Webinar, Friday 12 August 2016

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