The biggest problem in the world

Worldwide, 200 million children are affected by low height-for-age or low-weight-for-height, which can cause a weak immune system and decreased cognitive capacity. Tragically, those children have a probability of death 11 times higher than healthy children. This problem is due…
CONTINUE READING

Paying tribute to our mothers

Many of us have celebrated Mothers’ Day by expressing our gratitude for the sacrifices our mothers made for us. Unfortunately, for too many women in the developing world, motherhood is not a cause for celebration but a real threat, and…
CONTINUE READING

Un peu d’espoir

Métro (Montréal) Actualité, jeudi 22 mai 2014, p. 17 Courrier des lecteurs Un peu d’espoir L’immense majorité des nouvelles que nous recevons sont mauvaises. Permettez que je vous en donne quelques bonnes. On déplore la situation des femmes? Au moins,…
CONTINUE READING

The Nobel laureate’s noble intention

Whitehorse Daily Star, no. Vol: 114, No: 32 Opinion, Friday, February 14, 2014, p. 19 Letters to the editor The Nobel laureate’s noble intention Trailing the success of the Nobel laureated Grameen Bank, intended to help the poor pull themselves…
CONTINUE READING

A more normal life thanks to school

Whitehorse Daily Star, no. Vol: 114, No: 52 Opinion, Friday, March 14, 2014, p. 16 Letters to the editor A more normal life thanks to school “On awakening, we’d listen to the radio to find out where the fighting was…
CONTINUE READING

May Janus stretch his glance!

Whitehorse Daily Star, no. Vol: 114, No: 002 Opinion, Friday, January 3, 2014, p. 9 Letters to the editor May Janus stretch his glance! January was named after Janus, the Roman god with two faces looking at once towards the…
CONTINUE READING

Une vie plus normale

Le Devoir Éditorial, mercredi 5 mars 2014, p. A8 Opinion Lettre – Une vie plus normale Pamela Walden-Landry – Montréal, le 3 mars 2014 ” Au réveil, nous écoutions la radio pour savoir où étaient les combats. S’ils nous empêchaient…
CONTINUE READING
Sign in
Sign in to access activist publications and our discussion forums.