After more than a decade of campaigning for oversight of Canadian mining corporations abroad, the feds appear to be backpedaling on gains won by human rights advocates
May 03, 2019
The Google affiliate's smart city initiative will not only compromise our right to privacy – it's a direct threat to activists and political movements that challenge the status quo
It may not be the wild west of years past, but the relationship between government and entities it should be regulating remains uncomfortably collegial
Annual Write for Rights event spotlights the efforts of women under attack for their human rights work in South America, the Middle East, Asia and Africa
"It wasn’t the first time my gender identity had been questioned, but I never expected such blatant prejudice and dismissal from a doctor."
Jordan Renae Thorne
Seventh annual event to screen documentaries on transgender people in the U.S. military, three violent years in Baltimore and the aftermath of a hate crime