Responsibility to Protect

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TakeAction: What will Canada can do to help the Rohingya?

The Rohingya are an ethnic group that is largely Muslim and  live in the state of Rakhine in Myanmar. They are not considered to be an ‘official’ ethnic group and, as a result, do not have citizenship and are restricted to Rakhine,living in conditions of poverty and lack of basic services. Persecution of the Rohingya has a long history, but […]

Preventing and addressing armed conflict: The role of women in the implementation of the Responsibility to Protect (2017)

pdf available The international community continues not only to be challenged by its failure to prevent armed conflicts before they occur, but also in addressing them in a timely and effective manner. The ongoing crises in Burundi, Syria and Yemen, to highlight a few, emphasize the need for renewed leadership and engagement in putting prevention […]

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