Neelam Champaneri


About Neelam Champaneri

Neelam Champaneri is an OWP Correspondent for the Canadian division. Holding a degree in English and Political Science from York University, Neelam thoroughly enjoys writing and current events. Her areas of interest are Middle Eastern politics, and democracy and technologies.

Aboriginal Rights: Canada’s Mining Industry Safety Inquiry

British Columbian First Nations groups, environmentalists, as well as other medical and community leaders have created a coalition in the Canadian province to call on the government to launch an inquiry into the mining initiatives and its effect on Aboriginal heritage sights and wildlife. Calvin Sandborn, legal director of the […]


Syrian Peace Talks: What Exactly Is Russia’s Role?

  To loosely say a Cold War is brewing among the hemispheres is an understatement in today’s world. Aleppo, once considered an iconic Middle Eastern city, is on the cusp of extinction. The United Nations Special Envoy for Syria expressed: “Between now and December, if we cannot find a solution, Aleppo […]


Canada to Send 450 Troops to Latvia for NATO Mission against Russia

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced on Friday July 8th that the state will be deploying 450 troops to Latvia as a part of a NATO mission in response to the Russian invasion of three bordering Baltic NATO nations, Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania. The three states have requested NATO to have […]


Tens Of Millions Of People Still Displaced Worldwide: World Refugee Day

Just in time for World Refugee Day (June 20th), the United Nations refugee agency (UNHCR) released its displacement statistic, stating 65.3 million individuals were displaced in 2015, alone. The UNHCR states this is a record-breaking statistic and exceeds any numbers recorded since the organization began its records. This sets a […]


Mounting Saudi-Iran Tensions Expanding ‘Anti-Iran’ Campaign Overseas?

  Saudi Arabia’s ‘anti-Iran’ campaign has made its way overseas, and it is gathering supporters in Africa, Asia, and Latin America. This campaign’s main motive is to counter the Sunni and Shi’a rivalry, with Saudi Arabia being predominantly Sunni and Iran the latter. This conflict, paired with Iran’s relief of […]