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Lauryn Oates

Opinion | BY LAURYN OATES | August 15, 2022
Lauryn Oates, executive director of the Canadian Women for Women in Afghanistan, pictured in Afghanistan. 'If the government can go to such great lengths to find flexible measures to support innocent Ukrainians fleeing oppression, it is legitimate to ask why such measures cannot be implemented for innocent Afghans too,' Oates writes. Photograph courtesy of Talullah
Opinion | BY LAURYN OATES | August 15, 2022
Opinion | BY LAURYN OATES | August 15, 2022
Lauryn Oates, executive director of the Canadian Women for Women in Afghanistan, pictured in Afghanistan. 'If the government can go to such great lengths to find flexible measures to support innocent Ukrainians fleeing oppression, it is legitimate to ask why such measures cannot be implemented for innocent Afghans too,' Oates writes. Photograph courtesy of Talullah
Opinion | BY LAURYN OATES | June 8, 2022
Immigration Minister Sean Fraser, pictured during an appearance before the Special Committee on Afghanistan on April 25. Canada must renew the Special Immigration Measures for Afghanistan for another year, assisting more Afghans who worked on behalf of Canada to reach safety, writes Lauryn Oates. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
Opinion | BY LAURYN OATES | June 8, 2022
Opinion | BY LAURYN OATES | June 8, 2022
Immigration Minister Sean Fraser, pictured during an appearance before the Special Committee on Afghanistan on April 25. Canada must renew the Special Immigration Measures for Afghanistan for another year, assisting more Afghans who worked on behalf of Canada to reach safety, writes Lauryn Oates. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia