Human Rights

A number of Ontario high school students from disadvantaged communities will get the rare opportunity to attend former U.S. president Barack Obama's special speaking event taking place Sept. 29...
Games For Change (G4C), an organization dedicated to using the power of video games to create positive social change, announced its third annual Student Challenge will tackle themes of kindness,...
A Nashville record company has gathered together 13 acts for an anti-President Donald Trump compilation created to support Planned Parenthood. Cafe Rooster Records' will dedicate all proceeds...
One of the most important justice, cultural and human rights issues in Canada right now revolves around cases of missing and murdered indigenous women and girls (MMIWG). Winnipeg indigenous pop band...
“I never used the word ‘inundated’ before,” teacher Maggie MacDonnell says with a mix of humour and mild exasperation, “but now is the time that I could put that...
How do you educate children in the world’s poorest countries? It’s a towering question and one that might be solved, at least in part, by a perhaps unlikely trifecta of star power,...
If it seems like an unusual amount of red clown noses are on your television on May 25 there's a good reason — that's the date for the third annual Red Nose Day USA, a star-studded...
The WE Charity has announced nine dates for its upcoming WE Day Fall 2017 tour. These annual WE Day events are a powerful tool for inspiring and activating young people to do good things. This year,...
U.K. musician Tim Arnold, who composed the music to Iggy Pop's 2016 film Blood Orange, will be using International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia & Biphobia (IDAHOT) on May 17 to unveil...
Dare To Wear Love, the swish annual Canadian fashion gala founded by Hoax Couture designers Jim Searle and Chris Tyrell, is set or May 12 at Toronto’s Ritz Carlton. The event has raised...

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