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The Soldiers of Odin and Entrenched White Privilege

Sara McCleary In recent months, several news stories have brought the issue of North America’s rape culture into all of our homes.  Continue reading

Despite Couillard’s Suspect Leadership Federalist Liberals Still on Top

Quebec ConfidentialMike Cohen It is great to be back writing for B’nai Brith Canada, our country’s pre-eminent human rights organization. Continue reading

Why the French Judiciary Got It Right

Simon Pelsmakher Since France’s 2010 controversial ban on face-coverings, there has been a growing debate on the question of freedom of religion in Europe. While the 2010 law also called for the ban of balaclavas and hoods, it was largely seen as a ban on female Muslim head coverings such as burqas. Continue reading

Rabbi Hillel and Global Antisemitism

By David Matas Rabbi Hillel asked three rhetorical questions: If I am not for myself, who will be for me? If I am only for myself, what am I?  If not now, when? Continue reading

We'll be Blogging Soon!

B’nai Brith Canada is excited to announce that we will be launching our Blogs section in our Communications Centre soon. Continue reading
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