The rights group's international leader says recent policies on the Middle East, corporate social responsibility and refugees means the country is no longer a rights champion—and they're hoping Canadians think about that during the election.
Canada’s longstanding reputation as an international human rights champion has all but disappeared in recent years, with the country now seen as “part of the problem, rather than the solution,” Amnesty International’s worldwide leader says.
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