This Christmas…I Speak

I speak because I have a voice A choice to make a right to take To tell and to be heard My story is less than thousands whose lips have been sealed, their tongues cut out their mouths sewn shut They will die with secrets on their lips But I will speak of the little […]

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Film Review: The Candy Shop Documentary

Back in August I wrote a post about a film by Whitestone Motion Pictures called The Candy Shop, which was to be released in November.  Starring Pan’s Labyrinth’s Doug Jones, this fantasy genre film is now available for viewing!  Before giving my review on the film, I encourage you to watch the trailer:   The […]

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Meet an Abolitionist: Maddie Charnuski

Meet Maddie Charnuski, an energetic and personable university student who is passionate about ending modern day slavery.  I recently had the opportunity to ask her some questions about her journey to date.  I hope that her answers inspire you to get creative and use whatever talents and resources you have been given to end injustice […]

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A Christmas Wish From Trafficking Survivor Timea Nagy

This is Timea Nagy.  You may have seen her story in the newspaper or heard it in our documentary. Timea has a heart for victims of human trafficking in Canada because she knows first hand what it is like to be one, and this has led her to train law enforcement officers, coordinate with Parliament, […]

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Knights in Shining Armour: Implications for Women in Conflict Zones

In International Relations discourse, some believe that military intervention in a troubled area is justified if the benefits outweigh the costs.  Some of these costs typically include aggressive actions taken by the hostile state (decreasing the region’s security), environmental damage, and loss of life.  But according to an article by Samantha T. Godec entitled Between […]

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