Blogs are posted with the most recent appearing at the top of the list.
-Mathew Bunch, PhD, “The Second World Food Congress, June 1970: Inventing Youth as a Voice on the World Stage,” Freedom from Hunger Project, 13 May 2016.
-Charlotte McClain-Nhlapo, “A New Era for Persons with Disabilities and International Development?” Centre for International Policy Studies, 13 May 2016.
-Julianne Acker-Verney, Pamela Johnson, and Susan Manning, “Intersectionality and the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in Global Development,” Centre for International Policy Studies, 28 April 2016.
-David Black, Dalhousie University, “Disability and Development in Africa: What Role for Canada,” Centre for International Policy Studies, 21 April 2016.
-Deborah Stienstra (University of Manitoba) and Steve Estey (International Committee at the Council of Canadians with Disabilities), “Finding Canada’s Way Again on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities,” Centre for International Policy Studies, 31 March 2016.
-Sonya de Laat, PhD Candidate, Western University, “The Humanitarian Visual Landscape of 2015,” Humanitarian Health Ethics, 31 March 2016. Ms. de Laat previously spoke at Carleton University regarding humanitarian photography of the 1850s.
-Mathew Bunch, PhD, “The First World Food Congress,” Freedom from Hunger Project, 7 March 2016.
-Michael Molloy, Adjunct Professor, University of Ottawa, & former Director General of Refugee Affairs, “When the Refugees Came: Snapshots of five compassionate moments in Canada’s history“, 4 September 2015.
-Stephanie Bangarth, Canada’s Complicated History of Refugee Reception, September 2015, Active History
-William Tait, Second Canadian Workshop on the History of Humanitarian Aid, August 2015, Active History
–Podcast: Public, Private, Political: Charitable Organizations and Citizen Engagement, July 2015, Active History
–Podcast: Children’s Drawings and Humanitarian Aid: Transnational Expressions and Exhibitions, June 2015, Active History
-Laura Madokoro, History as Rhetoric: Indochina and Contemporary Refugee Crises, May 2015, Active History
-Marie-Luise Ermisch, Oxfam’s Recipes From Many Lands: Tasting the Third World, November 2014, The Historical Cooking Project.
-Christine Chisholm of Transnational histories of thalidomide, Canada and South Africa, October 2014, Active History
-Ann Witteveen, Oxfam Canada, on what is means to be a humanitarian, August 2014, Oxfam Canada blogs
-Dominique Marshall, Carleton, on the history of voluntourism, June 2014, Personal blog
-Dominique Marshall, Carleton, on the Humanitarian Coalition Conference on Canada’s emergency aid, November 2013, VAHS Transnational blogs
-Jill Campbell-Miller, Waterloo, on the Canadian Historical Association panel on the history of Humanitarian Aid, September 2013, VAHS Transnational blogs
-Marie-Luise Ermisch, McGill, on Oxfam UK’s 1960s Project Oasis – VAHS Transnational blog, July 2013
-Jill Campbell-Miller, Waterloo, on the closing of CIDA – Active History, April 2013