Is a natural disaster enough to defuse tensions between two critical NATO allies? Barış Atakan Kafadar explores how earthquake diplomacy has been successful in the past, and why it has the potential to become the catalyst for long-lasting cooperation today.
Ryan Atkinson discusses Canada’s efforts to address looming humanitarian crises around the world.
Tune in to the two-part podcast interview by NAOC Research Analyst Sha Lalapet and Senior Delegate to Canada for ICRC Andrew Carswell
Do you know your crises? Farah Bogani provides a quick guide to five ongoing crises you may not know about.
The UN just launched an appeal for $22.2 billion – the highest amount ever requested. In this infograph, Charlotte Provost breaks down motivations & concerns behind the request.
In part II of II, Natasha Dobrijevic interviews Fe Nogra Abog, Education Adviser at Plan Canada, on the importance of education in conflict zones.
Natasha Dobrijevic interviews Fe Nogra Abog, Education Adviser at Plan Canada, on the importance of education in conflict zones.
Sonia Liang talks to Karen Tse about the importance of access to justice for all people.
Among the most often neglected right in conflict zones is a child’s right to education. Natasha Dobrijevic summarizes education in emergencies statistics.
In her second article on the Syrian crisis, Kelsey Berg explores the role of the Canadian Armed Forces in the resettlement of the Syrian refugees brought into Canada.