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A reality check on Canada’s Security Council bid and more

February 17, 2020

Whatever the outcome of Canada’s Security Council bid, robust mechanisms for sustained, substantive civil society engagement are an indispensable part of enhancing Canadian capacity for UN leadership on peace and security.

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Trump Administration walks away from Ottawa Treaty adherence

February 10, 2020

We call on Canada to redouble its support for the stigmatization of any use of these indiscriminate weapons and to increase its funding for vital demining activities.

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New Peace Centre needed to balance defence industry-funded think tanks

February 3, 2020

We call on the Government of Canada to hold consultations with civil society on a new independent centre for international peace and security. It is urgently needed to balance think tank policy advice backed by defence industry funding.

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Issues to watch as minority parliament resumes sitting on 27 January

January 27, 2020

Resumption of the Liberal minority Parliament on 27 January offers a golden opportunity for the Prime Minister and his government to build a progressive coalition in favour of tougher gun regulations, resumption of diplomatic relations with Iran and an export control policy that strengthens human rights and international law.

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