“We Are in This Together”
The Rt. Hon. Adrienne Clarkson
Madame Clarkson reflects on the fragility of our societies, the changing nature of media and journalism, and how far Canada has come since she arrived as a child refugee.
Illustration by Brandon Serbec
Meredith Preston McGhie
The pandemic has affected all of us – but in vastly different ways. Meredith Preston McGhie introduces this new digital initiative.
Photo: Kenya, April 22, 2020. World Bank / Sambrian Mbaabu CC BY-NC-ND 2.0
Canada’s Role on the Global Stage
Article by the Rt. Hon. Joe Clark
Canada and pluralism both have key roles to play in responding to the pandemic, says former Canadian Prime Minister, the Rt. Hon. Joe Clark.
Photo: Patrick Doyle
How the Pandemic Threatens Kenya’s Socio-Economic Gains
Article by Daniel Otieno
Throughout Africa, COVID-19 is threatening to erode gains made in socio-economic development. The pandemic has created a dire situation in Kenya, particularly...
The Massive Challenge of Governing Online Spaces Across Africa
An interview with Nanjala Nyabola
Nanjala discusses how the pandemic and trans-national movements like Black Lives Matter are already moving the dial on the future...
Democratizing data is key for addressing inequalities during COVID-19
Article from OpenGlobalRights
Data plays a crucial role in informing public policies and decision-making. Having representative and inclusive data is important, because it...
“We Are in This Together”: How Our Shared Fragility Reminds Us of Our Shared Humanity
An interview with the Rt. Hon. Adrienne Clarkson
Madame Clarkson reflects on the fragility of our societies, the changing nature of media and journalism, and how far Canada has come since she arrived...
How the Law Is Failing India’s Marginalized Groups During the Pandemic
Article by Niraja Gopal Jayal
Niraja Gopal Jayal discusses the deep inequalities that have been magnified by the pandemic in India.
Pluralism in a Fractured World: The Challenge of Our Times
An interview with Meredith Preston McGhie
Ms. Preston McGhie reflects on how pluralism contributes to conversations on systemic racism and marginalization around the world and how the Centre is addressing...
Voices from the Ground
Center for Social Integrity
A photo series showcasing how the Center for Social Integrity has adapted its operations to respond to COVID-19 in Northern...
Building empathy and critical thinking skills virtually
Waidehi Gokhale is the CEO of Soliya, an international non-profit that leverages interactive technology to build trust and respect across...
Aung Kyaw Moe
Impacts on vulnerable communities in Myanmar
Aung Kyaw Moe is a humanitarian and founder of non-governmental organization, the Centre for Social Integrity, one of the 2019...
Bojana Dujkovic Blagojevic
A teacher and parent in Bosnia and Herzegovina shares her experiences
When I think about the time before the pandemic, I picture a merry-go-round. The small one, which is part of...