Possible terrorist designation, airstrikes, further complicate Yemen aid delivery

Why It Matters

Yemen is facing rising levels of hunger. However, recent airstrikes and increased geopolitical tension could prevent assistance from reaching those who need it most.

Humanitarian organizations push for ceasefire in Gaza amid “horrifying” civilian casualties

Why It Matters

The Canadian government has announced millions in humanitarian aid for Gaza, Israel and the West Bank, but without a ceasefire, aid agencies won’t be able to deliver it.

Canada is importing more goods linked to child labour, but legislative changes could combat the increase: World Vision Canada report

Why It Matters

Canada imported nearly $48 billion in risky goods in 2021, representing over 7.5 per cent of total imports. Greater supply chain transparency, stronger reporting requirements and a robust inspection regime would support ethical procurement practices and give organizations more powerful tools to protect children around the globe.

“Not a burden”: how this refugee-led organization is “cleaning the perception” of refugees everywhere

Why It Matters

Refugee-led organizations like L’AFRIKANA are able to understand the needs of refugees more intimately than their non-refugee-led counterparts — their story is an opportunity to learn what works and what doesn’t.