The Myanmar leader has been at best silent in the face of genocide, and at worst, complicit.
Canada has already announced its interest in a peace process to quell the ongoing violence.
Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo were reporting on the Rohingya genocide when they were arrested.
At best we have written a five-year perspective at a time where a global vision for the next half century is needed.
My personal connection to the Holocaust is what motivates my ongoing involvement with refugee causes today.
We can stop child trafficking by ensuring families have the means they need to support their children.
The launch of our Feminist International Assistance Policy is just the beginning.
It seems like déjà vu every time innocent civilians are targeted by ethno-centric, militaristic governments. Big words and no action.
Their future is at stake and we will all be held accountable.
The UN's human rights chief has called the Rohingya crisis a "textbook example" of ethnic cleansing.