In rural Uttar Pradesh, one woman challenges men to cover their faces with veils and then successfully execute their work.Read More
A new Gallup survey reveals that 1 in 4 Indians fears losing their land or home. A beautiful film by the Place Project explores the meaning of home for indigenous and urban poor people and makes the argument for strengthening land rights of the poor.Read More
Rare footage inside the refugee detention camps on Nauru shows the impact on children of indefinite captivity on the 21km square island nation of Nauru.Read More
The Greek coast guard goes out on a daily basis to rescue refugees from sinking boats. They feel as though they have been left to deal with an enormous humanitarian emergency by themselves, while more distant countries natter on about what to do and how many people they can be asked to absorb.Read More
Millions of children risk pain, sickness, injury, and even death to produce goods and services for the global economy.Read More
“We do live in fear, and that’s violating our rights too. Nobody should live in fear. Not having the DREAM Act right now is affecting a lot of people. And it’s affecting our human rights, and I feel that the government might not realize that. Or maybe it does, but I don’t know why it hasn’t been passed, if that connection is made. It’s inhumane.”Read More
The United States government and tobacco companies are failing to protect teenage children from hazardous work in tobacco farming, Human Rights Watch said today, in a report and video.
Our current policies shortchange families and harm the development of young children.Read More