Our work includes, among others: media monitoring, research, writing briefs and reports, public education, lobbying and carrying out advocacy work with Parliamentarians and policy makers, etc.
In the next months, we will be specifically working on repealing C-51, as we were among the first organizations to oppose it, pushing for stronger and more integrated oversight of national security agencies, leading the advocacy for the freedom of Salim Alaradi, imprisoned without charges in the UAE, and Khaled Al Qazzaz, prevented from leaving Egypt, reforming the no-fly list, on which we have extensive expertise, and advocating for the government’s reversal of the decision to allow the use of information that could have been obtained through torture and the sharing of information that could lead to torture, etc.
We do not receive any financial support from the Federal government. Any donation – $5, $50, $500 – goes a long way.
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International Civil Liberties Monitoring Group
338 Somerset street West
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Thank you for your generous support!