According to history, Canada has always been famous for its quality and reliable protection for refugees. In 1986, the United Nations’ yearly Award for Nansen Refugee was granted to the Canadian people in honor of their outstanding, evident dedication to the refugees. Canada, until now, is the only country in the sixty-year award history.
Canada was also granted global recognition and acknowledgment for our private sponsorship successes in terms of our refugee program efforts. Representatives from Australia, Chile, Argentina, Brazil, New Zealand, United States, United Kingdom, and Germany have gone to Ottawa to learn about Canada’s private program sponsorship.
Play against All Odds works in educating a lot of people, most especially church organization members, about the changing Canadian refugee legislation landscape. Through hard work, dedication, thorough research, publications, and policy monitoring, Play against All Odds brings awareness about the effects of legislative modifications on claimants, refugees, and sponsor groups supporting them to finally return to Canada. Play against All Odds, speak out and use our voice against implementations that disregard refugee rights. We also take part in the parliamentarians to grant human rights and public justice.