Thank you very much.
Again, I would like to echo the thanks to both of our witnesses for your testimony this evening. I think we're all learning a lot about the work that IPU does. I think a lot of us felt we were familiar with it but weren't necessarily aware of this particular aspect of it.
My specific question follows up on something that Mr. McGuinty said, which I think is very powerful. He mentioned the power of exposure. We know that there are other groups of legislators globally that are working in this avenue, for instance, Parliamentarians for Global Action. I'm involved with something called PARRT, which is the Parliamentary Rapid Response Team. It sounds like it operates similarly with a small group of parliamentarians, but it works very quickly. Within 24 hours of something happening, there will be a tweet, there will be a statement issued, and then some statements in national parliaments.
I know that Irwin Cotler is also involved with the Raoul Wallenberg Institute, where they have the Mandela project, where they link MPs from certain countries with human rights defenders, where they become paired. They would raise issues in their own Parliament.
How would you see the work that IPU is doing as able to inform some of those other activities? To what extent are you already co-operating with other groups of legislators who are trying to do the same thing, where it's about exposure and raising awareness?