Send a letter to African United Nations Ambassadors urging them to vote no to Canada's bid for the Security Council

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Take 2 minutes to send a letter urging all African Ambassadors to the United Nation to vote against Canada’s bid for the 'Western Europe and Others' seats on the UN Security Council.

TAKE ACTION: SEND A LETTER TO ALL UN AMBASSADORS REPRESENTING AFRICAN STATES

An open letter signed by more than 3000 people and dozens of prominent artists, activists and academics  including David Suzuki, Roger Waters, Noam Chomsky, and Pam Palmater points out how the Trudeau government has been offside with most UN member states on a host of issues. The letter also criticizes Canadian militarism, support for controversial mining companies, anti-Palestinian positions and climate policies.


The Canadian government’s path to a Security Council runs through Africa, however, its foreign policy record on the continent does not merit the seat. The current Canadian prime minister has supported dubious climate policies, controversial mining companies and a war opposed by the African Union that spilled into various countries on the continent.


Can you join me and write a letter specifically to UN ambassadors for African states?

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