Human Rights

Tag Archives | Human Rights

UN Day: A Look at the UDHR and Applying it to the Case of Jamal Khashoggi

  • Lithuania Violates the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

  • Sri Lanka’s Stalled Reforms

  • How Netflix’s ‘Orange is the New Black’ Forced Me to Pay Attention

    08.31.18
  • Yazidi Genocide, the Urgent Need for Prosecution

    08.16.18
  • The UN, North Korea and the Scourge of Human Trafficking

  • Why Politics Is a Lost Cause for the LGBTQ+ Movement

    07.28.18
  • Israeli Pinkwashing Needs to Stop

    07.27.18
  • #MeToo in Italy’s Mafia Culture

  • #MeToo Movement in Korea a Moderate, Yet Effective, Push for Gender Equality

    05.16.18
  • Sri Lanka Is a Human Rights Council Failure

  • The Time Has Come: The U.S. and the Global Community to Stand Up for the Stateless Rohingya

  • Why is Human Dignity Placed Lower on the Acceptable Expenditures List than a Boeing-777?

  • Age Discrimination Goes Mainstream in America

  • Chinese Extradition Request Puts Crackdown on Uyghurs in the Spotlight

    02.13.18
  • The Rise of Chinese President Xi Jinping

  • The Crisis of the Current Negro Intellectual

    01.03.18
  • Peru’s Kuczynski Pardons Fujimori to Save His Skin

    01.01.18
  • Tolerance is a Better Solution for the Wedding Cake Case

    12.22.17
  • “When All People Are Included, We All Win”

  • Women’s Rights, Human Rights

  • Sri Lanka Doesn’t Deserve More American Bear Hugs

  • Congress must hold Burmese Military Accountable for Ethnic Cleansing of Rohingya

  • UN Envoy Slams Iran

    11.01.17
  • Activists and Gulf Crisis Turn Qatar into Potential Model of Social Change

    10.26.17
  • Indian Human Rights Scholar Flees to the United States

  • Changing the U.S. Aid Culture Toward Egypt: A Political ‘Hook,’ or a Humanitarian ‘Cord’?

    08.30.17
  • The United Nations Tackles Human Trafficking

  • ‘I will fight for you’ - Donald Trump, 06/14/2016

  • Strengthening Women’s Rights in Afghanistan

  • Rethinking U.S. Foreign Aid Toward Azerbaijan

  • A Memo to Millennials

    07.12.17
  • Honor Killing through Sulaimaniya’s Lens

    07.06.17
  • 70 years on, Primo Levi’s ‘If This is A Man’ is Still a Powerful Reminder of what it Means to be Human

  • Resistance from the Closet: Saudi Arabia’s Legitimacy ‘Checkmate’

    03.15.17
  • It’s Time to Close Guantanamo Bay

    03.11.17
  • Men Work, Women Work: An Absence of Fairness

  • Qatari and FIFA Pledges on Worker Rights Have Little Impact on Construction Companies

    12.05.16
  • Between a Rock and a Hard Place: The Life of ‘Unwanted’ Rohingyas

    12.05.16
  • Qatari Soft Power Efforts: Two Steps Forward, One Step Backwards

    11.18.16