Day: November 1, 2020

Way More Than A Lobster Catch: Concerning The Livelihood Of First Nations And Non-Indigenous Fishers In Eastern Canada

Eastern Canada has been battered by an array of protests and hate crimes this past month following the launch of the Sipekne’katik First Nations’ own self-regulated fishery. Non-Indigenous fishers are angered by the move, saying that the communal Indigenous fishery is illegal and allege it is being used as a

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Abuses Continue Despite UN’s Resolution To The Philippine Government’s “War on Drugs”, Say Human Rights Activists

UN experts and human rights groups have harshly criticized last Wednesday’s UN resolution for failing to investigate and recognize human rights abuses by the Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s deadly “War on Drugs.” This resolution came in the wake of a report by the UN human rights chief, Michelle Bachelet, which

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Lebanese Protestors Mark One Year Of Revolution

On October 17th, hundreds of people gathered in Martyr’s Square in Beirut, Lebanon in protest of an ineffective government. These protests looked eerily similar to those sparked at about the same time last year, when the Lebanese government proposed a new tax on messaging service applications like WhatsApp. Just as

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