human rights

This Nakba Day, I’m reflecting on what my Palestinian family lost at Israel’s founding — and what it means for me

Three generations later, the Nakba seems both long ago and ever present

The fashion industry still has a sweatshop problem. Here’s what you can do to change that.

An informed consumer is a powerful consumer

‘This is not me’: Monica Diaz, homeless, struggles to keep her full-time job — and her dignity

The rise of tent encampments is changing the face of American homelessness

Women’s rights activists in Saudi Arabia have been jailed for months. Now, their trial is set to start.

They are heading to court despite complaints they haven’t been given access to lawyers

Beatrice Fihn’s fight to abolish nuclear weapons

Being a rare female face in a field dominated by men can be a ‘challenge’

Family of American-born woman who joined ISIS files lawsuit claiming she must be allowed to return

Hoda Muthana says she is ready to come home and face the consequences of her actions

‘Girls wear pink, and boys wear blue’: LGBTQ rights under siege in Brazil’s far-right administration

Hate crimes in Sao Paulo peaked in the months leading up to President Jair Bolsonaro’s election

Human trafficking is a threat to human rights and international stability

Governments ought to prioritize the investigation of the sophisticated criminal and extremist networks that perpetrate this crime

Cindy McCain apologizes as police dispute her claim she witnessed child trafficking

The mother was a ‘different ethnicity’ than the child, fitting with other recent false human trafficking suspicions