The WRMC welcomes the federal government’s decision to implement one of the key recommendations made by the Council in its 2019 report A Call to Action.
As Russian atrocities in Ukraine compound, the debate over how to hold Russian President Vladimir Putin and his accomplices accountable for their crimes is mounting amongst international-law experts and government policy makers.
Read about the WRMC’s work on repurposing frozen assets to assist those forcibly displaced by acts of grand corruption.
WRMC Chair Lloyd Axworthy discusses what more the UN can do to protect Ukrainian civilians as Putin continues to wage war against Ukraine.
On March 30 and 31, 2022, Canada will host the Together for Learning Summit: Engaging Displaced Youth to Transform Education. The Summit, part of the Together for Learning campaign, will offer a unique opportunity to learn from the educational experiences of displaced youth and to engage with them as problem solvers and decision makers. The Summit aims […]