Connecting the dots between Indigenous rights, reconciliation, resource extraction and climate change, will be the focus of the BC/Yukon KAIROS-led Rolling Justice Bus tour.
Bringing the experience of Latin American women to the International Peoples Conference on Mining in the Philippines.
Gloria Chicaiza, from KAIROS partner Accion Ecologica in Ecuador, reports from the IPCM and gendered impact workshop in the Philippines. Read excerpts from her report here.
Meeka Otway from Pauktuutit, Canadian National Inuit Women’s Association, is in the Philippines participating in the International Peoples Conference on Mining and visiting communities impacted by mining. Read her blog here.
Indigenous peoples and human rights groups say that a new United Nations report on Canada’s human rights record should be a wake-up call for all Canadians. (disponible aussi en français)
KAIROS—in collaboration with the Canadian Council of Churches , Citizens for Public Justice, Project Ploughshares, Women’s Inter-Church Council of Canada, and the Church Council on Justice and Corrections—has compiled a resource for Canadian voters in preparation for the 2015 Canadian federal election.
How do Canada’s policies stack up against Pope Francis' call for ecological justice? Not too well according to recent analysis by KAIROS.
Registration is now open. Events will take place in Vancouver, BC and Moncton, NB on October 30-31, 2015.
KAIROS is excited to support the participation of Indigenous women from Canada and Ecuador in the International People’s Conference on Mining in the Philippines, July 30-August 1.
Come roll with us! RJB is an 8-day mobile bus-based community of creative people passionate about change and justice. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.