Seema Kawar touches on the facts and causes behind the epidemic of Indigenous women who have been murdered and have gone missing in Canada.
In the second part of this series Hinna Hatif examines the implications that led to the rise of Taliban in Kunduz city.
In the first part of the this series Hinna Hatif examines the U.S. airstrike that killed 22 people when a Doctors Without Borders hospital was struck in Kunduz, Afghanistan.
To understand the resistance to feminism in Eastern Europe, it is important to examine the evolution of the international women’s movement agenda against the backdrop of Cold War tensions.
Kelly Rahardja examines Putin’s crackdown on foreign-funded NGOs and what it reveals about Russia’s foreign policy.
John Pollock examines Xi Jinping’s vision that has led to the rise of China’s economy since the fall of the Berlin Wall.
With tensions rising in Eastern Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East, NATO is set to test its revamped Response Force in its biggest military exercise since 2002.
Victoria talks with Sindy Zemura-Woodward, who works with the Southern Africa Embrace Foundation, about the intersection between international development, security and women’s rights.
Think the Much Music Video Awards (MMVAs) in Toronto and forced migration have nothing in common? Think again. Victoria explains.
A special Water Cooler piece written by Ariel Sim exploring the importance of “digital jedi” in the humanitarian network.