Peacebuilding to Address Forced Migration

All over the world, people are on the move. Over 70.8 million people are currently forcibly displaced from their homes. In 2018 alone, there were 28 million new internal displacements across 148 countries and territories. Eighty percent of the world’s displaced remain in neighboring countries in the global south. They have no prospective of either going home or resettling in a third country.

Say No to Canada’s military intervention in Iraq

We all long to live in peace – without fear of war, violence and injustice. Sadly, this not the reality for many people and communities in Iraq and Syria. Years of political, ethnic, religious and economic grievances – often fueled by foreign military intervention – have forced millions of people from their homes, increased divisions between groups, and accelerated the rise of extremism in many pockets of the region.

52 years of occupation is enough

Everyone needs a home — where families are safe and secure, basic needs are met, where people can come and go freely and imagine a future. But that is not the reality for Palestinians — or even for some Israelis. Israel's military occupation of the Palestinian territories makes life insecure for both peoples.