Tag: human rights
Milton Läufer: Trivializing TragedyMarch 2016
An open letter to Argentine President Ing. Mauricio Macri and the Mayor of the City of Buenos Aires, Horacio Rodríguez Larreta
Laura Gottesdiener: Two Detroits, Separate and UnequalNovember 2014
A journey across a city divided.
Ben Steele: Russia’s Violent IntoleranceOctober 2014
Lara Zarum talks to Steele, director of the documentary Hunted, about his experience following Russia’s brutal anti-gay vigilante groups.
Sarah Shourd: Torture Chambers of the MindSeptember 2014
We think using harsh prison punishment makes us safer. It doesn’t.
Aviva Chomsky: America’s Continuing Border CrisisAugust 2014
The real story behind the “invasion” of the children.
Prison Journal of a Child BrideAugust 2014
At times I wonder whether they considered me a human being or a lamb to sacrifice for their own good.
Official HistoriesMarch 2014
Veterans of Guatemala’s long civil war recover the secret archive of the National Police, pulling together the missing parts of the past.
Joaquin Sapien: Guarded OptimismJanuary 2014
Examining the factors that contribute to sexual victimization in American prisons.
The Rights ClashJuly 2013
Mining in El Salvador exposes the contradiction between human rights and corporate rights under the international investment regime.
Cora Currier: Four Years Ago Obama Promised to Investigate Afghan MassacreJune 2013
Has anything happened since?
Crossing the Street in JaipurMay 2013
The activist and author reflects on childhood memories and the traffic of India’s Pink City.
History of OmissionMay 2013
The Pulitzer Prize winner on the intersection of human rights work and playwriting, telling stories that are "profoundly unheard," and why she thinks a lot of writing about Africa amounts to little more than "pornography."
Ann Jones: Men Who Kick Down DoorsMarch 2013
Tyrants at home and abroad.
David Jacobson: Dancing in the Streets of TimbuktuFebruary 2013
In Mali’s fight against extremists, women’s freedoms—not Islam—is the central issue.
Impunity in IndiaFebruary 2013
Major Avtar Singh of the Indian Army’s counterinsurgency in Kashmir killed dozens. India refused to punish him. So did Canada and the U.S., where he killed his family and committed suicide.
Due Process, Imminent ThreatDecember 2012
From electronic surveillance to drone strikes to racial disparities in the criminal justice system, the writer, lawyer, and advocate anticipates the most pressing issues of the next four years.
Banned in China and avoided by the American media, the Falun Gong movement turns twenty.