2019 (8)
Jun 17 2019 12:19PM
I’m not a refugee
Okay, let me be clear, I’m not a refugee anymore. I was a Refugee five years ago when I lived in Lebanon and back then, honestly, I didn’t publicly identify as a refugee.
May 31 2019 5:08PM
Nasrin Sotoudeh: behind bars for defending others
I regularly met Nasrin outside the Iranian Bar Association in Tehran. We need amazing women like her to make great changes happen.
May 29 2019 5:00PM
I gave water to migrants crossing the Arizona desert. They charged me with a felony.
As the government cracks down on humanitarian aid, my case may set a dangerous precedent.
Apr 30 2019 4:19PM
The women risking their lives to save the planet
These Amazonian women are risking their lives to protect the world’s largest rainforest, defying huge political and economic interests.
Apr 25 2019 4:56PM
Indefinite detention: An endless time loop
Indefinite detention: not knowing how long you are going to be detained has a major impact on mental health. It's time for a time limit.
Apr 17 2019 4:44PM
British Born and Bred
In telling my story, I hope that I can draw attention to the citizenship rights of children and young people born and/or raised in the United Kingdom.
Feb 21 2019 11:05AM
Vietnam’s human rights record in 2019
Vietnam has not improved its human rights record since 2014, according to the UN. What's gone wrong and what can be done?
Feb 6 2019 11:09AM
Spoken Word London's Anti-Hate Anthology
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One our Words That Burn poets, Patrick Cash, writes about what led him to set up the Spoken Word London night, an open-mic verbatim poetry night in East London. As well as the launch of the Anti-Hate Anthology from the groups poets.