There’s no guarantee that 2015 will bring us peace and happiness, but there are scheduled events that have the capacity for moving the world’s human security agenda forward.
The global public servant and Canadian was in Ottawa last week to receive an award from the GG.
Too much money is being invested in finding or making clean water, and not enough in containing the waste that contaminates it.
Valerie Amos, who is set to leave her post in March, says countries like Canada can use their weight to push for greater accountability from countries to follow humanitarian law.
Buying local creates jobs and income, transfers skills and technology to host communities and helps to build domestic business networks.
Despite the dedication of several players, some emergencies continue to push us well beyond our ability to respond effectively.
Auditor general's report notes a lack of ‘key calculations and rationale’ in how DFATD decides how much to give during humanitarian crises abroad.
Canada should ratify the Third Optional Protocol to help enforce child rights internationally.