Marches at Ottawa's Walk In Her Shoes event in 2017. Darcy Knoll/CARE

On January 19th, millions of people around the world will band together for equality during the Women’s March. We all have our individual reasons to march, but the important things is that we march together,we  support each other and we amplify each other’s voices to end inequality. As you pull out your poster board and…

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This holiday season CARE is bringing us together to end inequality. We talk to the next generation—the kids of CARE Canada staff—about their favourite ways to get together for the holidays and what it really means to give.

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As the offensive on the key Yemeni port of Hodeidah has begun, CARE International in Yemen warns that this will have a catastrophic impact on the civilian population. “We have had more than 30 airstrikes within 30 minutes this morning around the city. Some civilians are entrapped, others forced from their homes. We thought it…

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The following was shared from Mohammad, a CARE staff member currently inside Hodeidah, Yemen. Please note his full name has been withheld due to security reasons:   Hodeidah is my home. I have lived here since I was born. I love this city, but right now I am afraid something bad will happen to my family…

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Written by Abdulhakim Al-Ansi, CARE Yemen It was 4pm and I was staying late in the office after work to do a radio interview about the humanitarian situation in Yemen. During the interview my phone was on silent, and when it finished I turned it over to see many missed calls and a message telling…

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Is scrolling through your social media feed, bits and bytes showing a screen, our best best to connect with each other? Though this can be a powerful tool, we can do more to bring people together, in real life, away from their phones, to make a change. At CARE we are driven by the potential…

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The following letter was sent to all Canadian Parliamentarians from agencies listed at bottom. Re: Canadian civil society support for the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (GCM) Dear Parliamentarians, In advance of the expected adoption of the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (GCM) next week in Marrakech, we, as…

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Developing countries already at risk need ambitious support package Katowice, Poland – Ahead of Environment Minister Catherine McKenna’s arrival in Poland, Canadian climate change advocates are calling for Canada to do more to help developing countries already facing the dire impacts of a changing climate. The call from the Canadian Coalition on Climate Change and…

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