Droits / Rights / Derecho

One binary please, supersize

Curtis, Mardi, Mars 7, 2006 - 19:50

Curtis E. Hinkle

Many of us in the intersex community feel marginalized, ridiculed and excluded from groups which speak for us.

Un repas binaire grand format, s.v.p.

Curtis, Mardi, Mars 7, 2006 - 19:45

Curtis E. Hinkle

La McDonaldisation de l’activisme intersexe

À qui profite l'hystérie raciste?

Anonyme, Lundi, Mars 6, 2006 - 19:53


Depuis jeudi dernier, le discours public au Québec est marqué par une quasi-unanimité plutôt suspecte, en réaction au jugement prononcé par la Cour suprême du Canada qui a autorisé le port du kirpan par les adeptes de la religion sikh qui fréquentent les écoles publiques.

Celebrate Black History Month by Keeping Gary Freeman in Canada!

Anonyme, Lundi, Mars 6, 2006 - 16:20

Celebrate Black History Month by Keeping Gary Freeman in Canada! Stop an Unjust Extradition to the United States!

(Details on how you can help at the end.)

TORONTO, FEBRUARY, 2006 -- It seems that Black History Month is an appropriate time to reflect on the case of one Douglas Gary Freeman (the former Joseph Coleman Pannell, Jr.), a 56-year-old African American man who has sitting in a Canadian jail for almost two years as he fights extradition to the United States.

(Details on how you can help at the end.)

KINGSTON: Teach-in Against "Guantanamo North"

Anonyme, Lundi, Mars 6, 2006 - 16:16

Is it necessary to deny people their most elemental human rights to "guarantee" national security?

Detained for years without charge, held on secret evidence that the accused does not have access to, threatened with deportation and torture, this is the situation for five men from Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal. Within the next month, four of these five men will be transferred, far from their families, to an isolated wing of the Milhaven maximum security prison, just outside of Kingston, Ontario. This recent addition to the prison has been built specifically to house those detained under the controversial security certificates.

PEOPLE'S COMMISSION on Immigration "Security" Measures

Anonyme, Lundi, Mars 6, 2006 - 16:12

Thursday, 16 March, 7 pm
Atwater Library
1200 Atwater (corner Ste. Catherine; Atwater metro)

The PEOPLE'S COMMISSION is being launched to provide a means for our communities to examine the issue of "security certificates" and other immigration security policies in depth and identify ways to address the problem. A series of Public Consultations is taking place across Quebec and Canada in order to explain the project, seek public feedback, and encourage broad participation in the Commission. Come out and join in!

COMMISSION POPULAIRE sur les mesures "sécuritaires" en matière d'immigration

Anonyme, Lundi, Mars 6, 2006 - 16:09

Consultation publique
Jeudi le 16 mars 2006, 19h00
Bibliothèque Atwater
1200, rue Atwater (coin Ste.-Catherine, métro Atwater)

La COMMISSION POPULAIRE est mise de l'avant afin d'offrir à nos communautés un moyen d'examiner la question des «certificats de sécurité» ainsi que les autres enjeux liés aux politiques de «sécurité » en Immigration et d'identifier des moyens de résoudre les problèmes qui en découlent.

« Handicap et immigration » -- 25 ans d’action

Anonyme, Lundi, Mars 6, 2006 - 09:58

katia ATIF

Association multi-ethnique pour l'intégration des personnes handicapées

Comité d’honneur

Europe knew: 4 proofs of complicity in CIA torture flights - What about Canada?

forpressfound, Dimanche, Mars 5, 2006 - 02:28

FPF-fwd. Hallmark - Henk Ruyssenaars


SEP (Canada) to hold public meeting in Montreal

Anonyme, Samedi, Mars 4, 2006 - 20:50

Saturday, March 11, at 2:30 p.m.
Centre St-Pierre, Room 202
1212 Panet,
(near Métro Beaudry)

The Socialist Equality Party (Canada) will hold a public meeting in Montreal, Saturday, March 11 on the theme “Socialism and the struggle against social reaction and imperialist war.

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