Tag: human rights

STU moot court team wins international competition in Geneva

The St. Thomas University moot court team won the Nelson Mandela World Moot Court ...

Human rights is a journey not a destination

Human rights in Canada and beyond has taken its place at the centre of ...

Letter to the Editor: For human rights

Amnesty International is a worldwide human rights organization dedicated to protecting individuals whose rights ...

Encouraging students to support others

St. Thomas alum is making a difference in the Fredericton community. Amanda Dobbelsteyn’s role ...

Cultivating hope in Congo: Masika’s story

Due to the nature of the subject matter, some may find the content of this ...

Canada more complicit with torture after 9/11: Lecturer

Canada has been complicit with torture overseas and within its own borders, the secretary ...

Canada isn’t immune to nuclear disaster: Lecturer

You might want to clean the dust out of your fall-out shelter because, according ...

Two-day event will examine Canada’s role in torture abroad

An upcoming two-day symposium at St. Thomas University will bring academics from across Canada ...

From Russia to America to STU

Throughout his childhood, Roman Soiko was described by others as “intelligent and strong-willed.” But ...

Freedom from discrimination? Not if you have mental illness

On Oct. 2, Julie Campbell’s daughter escaped from The Moncton Hospital where she’d been ...

STU Human Rights students helping Haiti

Amy MacKenzie – The Aquinian Donations are being made to build a school in Haiti ...