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Craig Kielburger

“How many times do we have to go through things like this?”
As a former volunteer, I believe a conversation about WE's voluntourism model and youth engagement practices is long overdue.
Throughout history, youth have played prominent roles in spurring social change.
Canadians need to understand that wildlife trafficking isn't confined to faraway jungles.
The WE Pledge isn't just about us. When I take the Pledge, I'm not just making a promise to our organization. I am making a commitment to my family, my community, my country and the world. I am committing to make a difference through my daily actions.
We Day makes the case that Indigenous issues should matter to the youngest Canadians.
"Now, for both girls and boys, instead of going to the bush to take care of animals, we are going to school."
"So often when Canada talks about our aboriginal population, we frame it as problems to be solved."