Jenny investigates the Deschamps report on sexual harassment in the CAF. Can the “sexualized culture” described be eradicated?
Seema explores the hidden world of human trafficking of Nigerian women into Italy, who are subsequently forced into the sex trade.
In Part II of an eight article series, Sandra Song summarizes the physical and psychological Enhanced Interrogation Techniques, and the effects they have on detainees.
Deika Mohamed analyses the future of the WHO’s crisis management apparatus after the failures of the Ebola epidemic.
Vanessa Hayford examines whether the World Health Organization can apply lessons learned from the recent Ebola crisis to the next epidemic.
Seema Kawar sheds light on the discrimination against female legal guardians in Jordan.
In his latest article, Michael explores Jordan’s capacity to absorb refugees fleeing Syria’s war and to provide adequate health care and education services.
In his latest article Malcolm McEachern discusses an alternative approach to dealing with returning jihadists.
In light of recent attention being paid to issues facing the Canadian Armed Forces, Ben Abonyi examines suicide in the military.
In his latest article, Craig Moorhead discusses issues of mental health in the Canadian Armed Forces.