Help for small-scale farming, and women farmers, at core of Global Food Security Act
It’s been a tough few weeks. I’m trying to remember when the storm clouds started gathering. When people at work started to look tired, like they hadn’t slept, or would rather go back to bed. Was it Orlando? Jo Cox’s murder? Brexit? Bangladesh, Iraq, and Saudi Arabia?
Five years after independence, ongoing conflict worsens humanitarian crisis.
Today would have been Jo Cox’s 42nd birthday. A few days after her devastating death, we are gathering around the world, from London to Washington to Aleppo to Darayya, to celebrate Jo's life, her warmth, love, passion, flair, and her belief in the humanity of every person in every place.
Refugee camps are intended to be temporary, but too many find themselves staying far longer than they anticipated.
High-risk decisions flow from lack of options for vulnerable people
Re-imagining the refugee crisis—and moving it to America in Alicia Keys' new film featuring her new song, "Hallelujah".
Don’t let the bad news overwhelm you, some fathers are looking out for their daughters
Putting the spotlight on small-scale women farmers in Ethiopia, and the world.