Care work is undervalued both in Canada and around the world — it’s time to bring it into the conversation about women’s empowerment and gender equality, argues Ito Peng.
Leanne Tory-Murphy visits some of the poorer areas of the UK, where many asylum seekers have been sent and where organizations do much with little to help.
As the world ups the ante in the fight against gender inequality, all countries should back up commitments by using a wide range of tools, including investment and immigration policies.
We asked 10 leading thinkers, policymakers, journalists and activists what feminist foreign policy means to them. They each support the idea — here's how they see it working.
Immigration policies are largely based on the experience of the male migrant, Alice Driver explains from Mexico and Central America, as she explores what a feminist approach to immigration might look like.
With its G7 presidency, Canada faces the challenge of applying a gender lens to policy areas like trade, peacekeeping and diplomacy. Such efforts put the feminist foreign policy concept under the microscope.
Both praised and questioned, Sweden’s feminist foreign policy is a global first. But, as Nathalie Rothschild reports from Stockholm, some say it doesn’t go far enough.
Aniket Bhushan looks at what it would take to position Canada as a leader on the global stage, especially with regards to development funding, and how the budget measured up.
With two former prime ministers back in action and the Five Star Movement still attracting voters, Italians will likely be facing another coalition government after the March 4 vote.
It looks likely that President Sisi will win a second term in March. Leading up to the election, François LaRochelle looks at the domestic challenges currently facing Egypt and the country’s changing role within the region.
If the new budget touches on defence, it must consider increasing the number of staff and calibre of experts that take care of procuring military equipment, argues Steve Saideman.
Here are five international elements to watch for as the budget is tabled Tuesday, from SDG financing to the Feminist International Assistance Policy to a pat on the back over trade.
From Russia’s participation to diplomatic
opportunities, the political implications of this year’s Winter Olympics are
many. David Lao breaks down five things you need to know.
In the wake of Trump’s election and Brexit, the EU launched a new global defence strategy to redefine its goals and strengthen regional unity. Here’s what experts are saying about the plan so far.
From trade to counter terrorism to civil society partnerships, here are the areas in need of greater collaboration between the two countries.
A peace treaty for the Korean peninsula may be the only realistic framework to achieve the denuclearization of North Korea, writes Cesar Jaramillo.
The document expands the uses of nuclear weapons and emphasizes the resurgence of ‘great power competition,’ writes Christopher Cowan.
The federal government has matched the $12.5 million Canadians have given to organizations aiding Rohingya refugees. Here’s a breakdown of the services the fund supports.
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