Stefan Christoff

Stefan Christoff is a community organizer and journalist based in Montreal.

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Jul 7, 2008

A tale of two cities in Dubai

Stefan Christoff
As a city-state, Dubai offers little possibility for democratic rights, as labour unions and political protest are outlawed and foreign workers are offered no possibility for citizenship. Stefan Chri
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May 12, 2008

Lebanon: Beirut in crisis

Stefan Christoff
Lebanon is currently facing a major political crisis, as armed battles have erupted in multiple districts in Beirut between pro-government forces and the political opposition backed by Hezbollah.
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Mar 18, 2008

New hope for Canada's Omar Khadr?

Stefan Christoff
Intelligence documents accidentally released to journalists have cast further doubt on U.S. allegations against Canadian citizen Omar Khadr, the youngest prisoner at Guantanamo Bay. Sameer Zuberi exp
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Feb 29, 2008

Preach Ankobia: a voice of Montreal hip-hop

Stefan Christoff
Contemporary hip-hop currents in Montreal are countless, in a city with a striking cultural history. Hip-hop today is represented by a diverse array of artists who lace words in the multiple language
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Oct 23, 2007

Speaking out against 'accommodation'

Stefan Christoff
In Quebec, a state commission on “Reasonable Accommodation,” regarding the rights of minorities and new immigrants in Quebec is attracting national media attention. State-sponsored hearings
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May 4, 2007

Reporting on torture in Afghanistan

Stefan Christoff
(A <i>rabble.ca</i> exclusive.) On Monday, April, 23, 2007, <i>The Globe and Mail</i> published a front-page feature article from correspondent Graeme Smith, which detailed experiences of torture by
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Jan 26, 2004

Criminal at birth: refugees in Lebanon

Stefan Christoff
The crime of which Palestinians in Lebanon are guilty,is being refugees, displaced people, forced from their homes in Palestine into ghetto-like refugee camps. This criminalization continues today.
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Jan 6, 2004

The right of return: keeping hope alive

Stefan Christoff
At night, Al-Baqa'a, Jordan's largest Palestinian refugee camp, is a beautiful array of lights sparkling below the wealthy hilltops of Amman. During the day, it emerges as an impoverished Palestinian
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Oct 14, 2003

Resistance without reservation

Stefan Christoff
Since October 2000, the Secwepemc people of Skwelkwek'welt, in the south-central interior of British Columbia, have been sustaining a resistance campaign against the expansion of Sunpeaks Ski Resort.

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