Farah Tahsin


Suicide Epidemic in Attawapiskat

Mental health is a trending topic in global public health discourse. However, due to lack of infrastructure, mental healthcare service still remains inaccessible for marginalized people. Even a first world country such as Canada has failed to deliver appropriate mental healthcare to victims, which is demonstrated by the recent suicidal epidemic in […]


Responsibility to Protect and the UN Security Council: An Outdated Preventive Doctrine

Almost five years have passed and the United Nations has estimated that more than 250,000 people have been killed since the Syrian conflict began, which includes 500 children, according to UNICEF.  United Nations Security Council, the guardian of world peace and stability, has not only failed to prevent the war […]