Divya Korada wrote a new post, Building Farmworkers Capacity is the New Paradigm for Nourishing the Food Security Movement, on the site HRC Blog 1 week, 2 days ago
Farmworkers, consumers and food retail companies adopted a more just and sustainable food system. The Fair Food Program (FFP) is a worker-driven approach that ensures farmworkers can preserve their human rights a […]
Sabrina Sanchez wrote a new post, A Twitter recap from #InternationalHumanRightsDay2018, on the site HRC Blog 2 months, 1 week ago
Yesterday was International Human Rights Day. Organizations, advocates, human rights defenders, politicians, scholars, and young students took to social media to declare their dedication and commitment to […]
Igor Farias wrote a new post, Brazil’s Hopelessness Hurts Democracy and Human Rights, on the site HRC Blog 4 months, 1 week ago
Since Dilma Rousseff was ousted from office in 2016, one thing is sure: Brazilian society has lost critical hope on politics and is now profoundly polarized. With two extremes of the political spectrum unwilling […]
Rosalie Candau wrote a new post, Listening In: Our list of the best human rights and civil resistance podcasts, on the site HRC Blog 5 months ago
We’ve done some podcast exploring and created a list of our favorite human rights and civil resistance episodes. Listen in on interviews and conversations by activists, lecturers, public radio broadcasters and m […]
There is an exhaustive list of online courses and trainings that offer education about human rights. We’ve compiled a diverse list of practical, online (and free) courses for you to explore and enhance your […]
Brazilian labour leader and environmentalist, Chico Mendes is considered one of the most influential leaders in the global environmental movement. He was assassinated in 1988 while campaigning to stop forest c […]
The Environmental Justice Atlas (EJAtlas) is an online, interactive platform centered on a visual display of thousands of socio-environmental conflicts. From deforestation and palm oil plantations in the Amazonia […]
Laura Schroeder wrote a new post, Why Women Play a Vital Yet Underrepresented Role in Peacebuilding, on the site HRC Blog 9 months, 3 weeks ago
Women’s leadership and participation during times of conflict is a crucial component of peacebuilding. When women are involved in peace processes, there is a 20 percent increase in the probability of an ag […]
There is a growing consensus about the importance of women’s reproductive health and rights, access to family planning and the understanding of menstrual hygiene management as a requisite to the full enjoyment of […]
Human Trafficking plagues cities and countries globally, with millions of women, men, and children facing this form of slavery and exploitation.
In a joint effort between the International Labour Organization […]
CIVICUS Monitor is the first ever comprehensive tool that tracks and monitors conditions for civil society. It rates 195 countries on a 5 point scale from open to closed. CIVICUS also records in real time news, […]
Since 2005, the UN’s International Anti-Corruption Convention has still remained the only universal legally binding anti-corruption instrument.
“As a unique tool for developing a comprehensive response to a glo […]
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“Let this be a rallying cry for more resistance!” cheered Cristina Jimenez, co-founder and Executive Director of United We Dream, the largest immigrant-youth led organization in the nation fighting for imm […]