Diaspora Voices on Development
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The United Nations has found itself embroiled in yet another major sex scandal, a consistent albeit undesirable track record it has maintained since the 2000s.
In today’s culture wars, no issue is spared from being given a partisan twist – even when lives are at stake. It is, therefore, rather
June 29, 2021, saw the shocking defeat of a highly publicized motion put forward in Canada’s Senate. This motion would have officially recognized that a
Congolese women accuse aid workers of sexual abuse and rape. World Health Organization faces fourteen claims.
Originally published: REUTERS ROBERT FLUMMERFELT AND ANGE KASONGOBUTEMBO, DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO More than 20 Congolese women have accused aid workers of sexual abuse in new claims
Published by CanWaCH on April 19th, 2021. This summary includes immediate highlights of Federal Budget 2021 tabled by Finance Minister Chrystia Freelend in the House of Commons
La Soufrière, a volcano located in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, erupted last Friday. The volcano has been dormant since 1979 and the eruption caused around 20,000 people to evacuate. While the volcano has been rumbling since December, the destructive eruption came as a surprise for many. International experts are deeply concerned about the deteriorating humanitarian situation in Saint Vincent.
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Diaspora Voices was created by Canadians from various Diaspora communities who are interested in how the Canadian government carries out its international development policies. We care deeply about the representation of the diverse cultures and values in the discussion of foreign aid.
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Created by Canadians from Diaspora communities who are interested in how the Canadian government carries out its international development policies.