Archive for April, 2016

A Global First as Mozambique Becomes Landmine Free

April 2, 2016

by Janet Nicol

More than two decades after the end of a devastating civil war, Mozambique is now officially free of landmines. I report on how local residents, backed by Mozambican and foreign NGOs, did the job.

Check out the full article in the April-June, 2016 issue of Peace magazine.

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OUR SISTERS WERE THERE

April 1, 2016

by Janet Nicol

Vancouver and District Labour Council president Joey Hartman uncovers the hidden histories of BC women workers in a presentation to a Vancouver History Society gathering. I report on her stories and a follow-up interview, to learn more about the contribution of women to the BC labour force and the trade union movement, over many generations.

The article is part of Our Times magazine’s annual women’s issue, available April, 2016.

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