Today, I am thinking about those people we work with who are fighting for their own rights, and those of others, every day.
How information and training can transform people to become active agents of change.
Poverty, insecurity, a lack of trained teachers, and poorly equipped schools have begun to erode the progress Afghanistan has made in educating girls.
This week’s decision in Ecuador against Chevron my not be the end of the road, but it is a significant milestone along the way.
Priest in Peru recognized for work in Cajamarca. Who else would you recommend for this list?
For those of us who have spent decades working on human rights—whatever our political leanings—Senator Kennedy was an institution.
Secretary of State is getting the reality tour of the continent.
Good news from Maputo about new legislation.
It’s a sensitive time for the government and indigenous people intent on defending their rights.