Why Canada must leave Afghanistan now: The ‘bravest woman in Afghanistan’ talks about peace justice and human rights

December 2009 Malalai Joya was just 27 years old when she became the youngest person ever to be elected to Afghanistan’s parliament. That was in 2005. Four years later, she is also an author, a teacher, a peace activist, a women’s rights campaigner and a survivor of multiple assassination attempts. Joya was recently in Canada… Read More Why Canada must leave Afghanistan now: The ‘bravest woman in Afghanistan’ talks about peace justice and human rights

Drop in spending will hit Third World producers

March 19, 2009 The economic recession, characterized by billion-dollar corporate bailouts and a suffering housing market, is spreading from North America and spilling into the economies of other countries. Developing nations are not always associated with North American companies on the edge of bankruptcy, but they are not unaffected by them either. Far from being… Read More Drop in spending will hit Third World producers