Internet Exposes Chaos – UNdrip – Weak Charter Of Rights
The Internet: Revolutionizing Communication, Information Access, and Connectivity
The advent of the internet is arguably one of the most significant technological advancements in human history. It has transformed the way we communicate, access information, and connect with the world. From its humble beginnings as a research project to its current ubiquitous presence in our lives, the internet has revolutionized nearly every aspect of modern society.
When homelessness and mental illness overlap, is forced treatment compassionate?
Many of Portland’s least fortunate live in tents pitched on sidewalks or in aging campers parked in small convoys behind grocery stores.
High housing costs and financial adversity are the primary root causes behind the burgeoning population on the streets; only about one in three people who are homeless in Portland report having a mental illness or a substance use disorder, or both.
Deinstitutionalization is one of our biggest public policy failures. Here’s how we can reverse it.
Canadians need to accept that our one-size-fits-all shelter system does not work
The problem, however, was that the second phase of the plan — community supports and housing for those patients — never materialized. Thousands were moved out of hospitals. Many ended up on the streets.
How The Loss Of U.S. Psychiatric Hospitals Led To A Mental Health Crisis
A severe shortage of inpatient care for people with mental illness is amounting to a public health crisis, as the number of individuals struggling with a range of psychiatric problems continues to rise.
Limitations on the Charter of Rights and Freedoms
The Charter of Rights and Freedoms is the one of the most recognizable parts of Canada’s constitutional democracy. Signed in 1982 under the Trudeau administration (and following extensive negotiations), the Charter of Rights and Freedoms provides legal protection for citizens’ rights to free speech, religion, and freedom from discrimination by limiting government power. And although people living in Canada are largely able to enjoy the rights and freedoms guaranteed by the Charter, there are clauses that also allow some of those rights and freedoms to be violated in certain circumstances
Ottawa releases action plan to implement UNDRIP, despite calls for more consultation
Plan contains 131 measures to advance the rights of First Nations, Inuit and Métis people
The Very First Americans May Have Had European Roots
As the theory goes, early Americans originated from a small group of people that made it over from Asia. But when researchers dig into the genes of some Native American people, unexpected genes, genes with a European heritage, jump out.