Knowledge Resources

Sharing knowledge is crucial to our mission. Browse work and wisdom from our organization and community.

From A to Z on LGBTQIAP

Publication | July 2019

Gosia Kot, Sylwia Vargas

Humanity in Action Senior Fellows Gosia Kot and Sylwia Vargas teamed up with activists across Poland to author an interactive book on LGBTQIA+ rights, definitions, and histories.

How to Fix Democracy with Amr Moussa

Video | July 2019

Amr Moussa, former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Egypt, explains two theories behind the so-called Arab Spring (a term he doesn’t agree with): creative anarchy and the failure of Arab governments.

What Solidarity Sounds Like

Article | June 2019

Jacob Fertig

What does the word 'solidarity' truly mean? 2019 Warsaw Fellow Jacob Fertig ponders.

Fellowship Vlog with David Limaverde

Video | June 2019

Marilou Niedda, David Limaverde

2019 Amsterdam Fellow Marilou Niedda interviews Brazilian-born, Amsterdam-based Art Educator, David Limaverde, on how art can be use as a tool of conflict resolution.

The Dayton Accords and the Future of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Video | June 2019

Kurt Bassuener of the Democratization Policy Council delivers a keynote address at the Third Annual Humanity in Action International Conference in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. June 28, 2012

The Dayton Accords and the Future of Bosnia and Herzegovina
When Protest Counts: Poland's Struggle For Reproductive Freedom

Article | June 2019

Karyna Koliadych

After listening to journalist Zuzanna Radzik speak on the topic of abortion during the 2019 Warsaw Fellowship, Fellow Karyna Kolidych argues for the realization and legislation of the legal right to abortion.

Karyna Koliadych
Fellowship Vlog: Community Day #1

Video | June 2019

Lecyca Curiel, Anand Chukka

The 2019 Amsterdam Fellows banded together to devote a day of their Fellowship to helping clean the plastic from Amsterdam's canals. Listen to why they are taking action to protect the environment.

Let’s Meet at the Intersection of You and Me

Article | June 2019

Katherine Feske-Kirby

In this essay, Fellow Katherine Feske-Kirby argues for the need to embrace intersectionality and through acceptance recognize that others' lives are just as nuanced.

Katherine Feske-Kirby