Archive for October, 2010


October 20th, 2010

On October 15, the Honourable Lawrence Cannon, Minister of Foreign Affairs, issued the following statement urging all parties to the 2005 Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) in Sudan to focus their efforts on referendum preparations and post-referendum arrangements and to engage in constructive dialogue:

“It is imperative that the parties to the 2005 Comprehensive Peace Agreement avoid rhetoric on the upcoming referenda that undermines their credibility and the preparations for and negotiations on post-referendum arrangements.”

The Jan. 9 referendum will determine if South Sudan will become an independent country. If the vote does not take place as scheduled and if it is not carried out in a free and fair manner, the potential for renewed violence is real.

Today, we ask you to call 1-800-Genocide and ask the Canadian government to continue to make Sudan a priority. With the referendum only 81 days away, this is an important time for Canada to demonstrate leadership on the international stage.

Stand is pleased that the government is monitoring the situation in Sudan closely and is not afraid to speak out publicly. As the vote approaches however, there is still more that Canada can do.

Read the rest of this entry »

Posted in Action Alert | 2 Comments »

October 19th, 2010

STAND Digest – October 2010

This month we continue to look at the issues facing the Democratic Republic of Congo, and Southern Sudan, and continue to explore developments in three areas: The Negotiations and Peace Process, Humanitarian Affairs and Security, and Darfur in Canadian Politics.

Download the PDF here.

Posted in STAND Digest | No Comments »

October 15th, 2010

October Stand Chapter Digest

The Stand Chapter Digest is dedicated to connecting Stand members across the country by sharing news, events and advocacy ideas.

This month’s issue features profiles of the new Stand National team, recruitment tips, the benefits of collaboration, and much more!

Posted in Chapter Digest | No Comments »

October 1st, 2010

UN report says DR Congo killings ‘may be genocide’

Follow this link to the BBC website to read more about latest UN report.

Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »

generic and brand viagra online

What is ED? Erectile dysfunction is a disease in which the male penis loses its ability to come to an erection during sexual intercourse. Erectile dysfunction raspostranety mostly in men over thirty years. buy viagra. Drugs that help to cope with erectile dysfunction and restore the joy of sex work as follows: they increase blood flow to the genitals, causing an erection. Ejaculation occurring before the medication too soon or not occurring at all, with drugs ED group also becomes normal.