Letter blasts Harper government for killing Bill C-300, a law that would have held Canadian mining companies accountable for human rights and environmental abuses abroad.
'It is an appalling indictment of Canada’s Extradition Act that the standards are so low that this pretence of a case against Dr. Diab has been allowed to drag on this long.' - James Clancy.
CAJAR lawyers, journalists, administrative staff and paralegals targeted with death threats and intimidation.
NUPGE wrote Prime Minister Stephen Harper last month urging Canada to support a commission of inquiry into war crimes and crimes against humanity.
NUPGE and its Component unions have contributed $50,000 so far as fallout from the disaster in Pakistan escalates.
'The record of horrific human rights abuses by the military government of Burma is lengthy.' - James Clancy.
'Send a message to Colombian authorities without delay.' - Warren (Smokey) Thomas.
NUPGE president James Clancy writes Colombian President Alvaro Uribe to demand direct intervention against murderous paramilitaries.
'Join us in demanding that the federal government impose restrictions on companies doing business in Colombia to require that human rights are respected.'
Unions working together include dozens of labour organizations from Australia, Brazil, Germany, Indonesia, Mozambique, New Caledonia, Peru, Sweden, South Africa, Zambia, among others.