What has Canada been doing to fight human trafficking? In part 2 of this article series, Sabrina Natale discusses human trafficking in Canada, the overwhelming representation of Aboriginal and First Nation women in the industry and Canada’s National Action Plan in response to human trafficking.
Human trafficking affects millions of victims worldwide and presents a serious threat to the safety, security, and human rights of all peoples. In Part 1 of this two-part series on human trafficking, Sabrina Natale provides an introductory analysis, and explores legal definitions.
In times of war and armed conflicts, what are the legal and ethical standards that must be upheld to ensure the dignity and human rights of all peoples? In Part 1 of this article, Sabrina Natale provides an analysis into the ICRC rules of war and International Humanitarian Law.
Sabrina Natale discusses the implications of the National Inquiry in the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls for human security and Canada’s national security.
Sabrina Natale discusses the risks that journalists face when reporting in conflict zones and the resources in place to protect them.
In 2016, the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) reported 13.5 million Syrians in need of humanitarian assistance. Millions of innocent victims are fleeing what has become a region of immense political instability, destabilization, violence, war, and persecution. Immediate life-saving aid such as food, water, sanitation, and health care are desperately […]