Category Human Rights
American workers have never achieved the array of rights won by workers in other industrialized countries.
As a woman against military madness, I’m especially glad to see the issue of curbing militarism addressed.
Millions are shocked until they are no longer shocked because the commonplace nature of these and other human rights abuses desensitizes them to the brutal nature of these acts and the system that requires them.
‘It Is Time for Progressives of the World to Unite’: Sanders-Varoufakis Issue Open Call for New Global Movement
Today, on behalf of DiEM25 and The Sanders Institute, we issue a Call to Action: to create a global network of individuals and organizations that will fight together for dignity, peace, prosperity and the future of our planet.
Western Sahara, where peaceful protesters, led by women, are beaten in the streets. Thousands have been tortured, imprisoned, killed and disappeared while resisting the Moroccan occupation. AMY GOODMAN: Today a Democracy Now! exclusive: “Four Days in Western Sahara: Africa’s Last Colony.”
“I am the voice you never hear
If I spoke would you listen?”
As we have observed in legal struggle after struggle, the truth of survivors’ stories, of communities’ stories, and women’s stories will always outlast a court ruling or an opinion from a Supreme Court justice. Frontlines of Justice Center for Constitutional Rights October 8, 2018 In response to the Senate’s confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, the […]
It is only by confronting the past that we can end the perpetuation of these crimes in other forms.
Is Israeli a democracy? An in-depth look at the current situation in Israel and Palestine by a Palestinian journalist, leader, and member of the Israeli Knesset.
War is the weaponization of discrimination, classism and misogyny. So why are so few women talking about it?
“This conflict is backed by the U.S. and the U.K.”
“We’re not talking about political differences. We’re talking about thousands of children being kidnapped and put in jails.”
Stanton’s model also argues that every stage offers opportunities for prevention.