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  • Soldier's Home: Militarization Along the U.S.-Mexico Border

    Martha Bohrt wrote “Soldier's Home: Militarization Along the U.S.-Mexico Border” as part of the 2015 Humanity in Action Diplomacy and Diversity Fellowship.    The night of October 10, 2012, a Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) agent shot and struck 16-year-old José Antonio Elena Rodríguez ten times along the Nogales portion of the Arizona-Mexico… Read More

  • Talking Gaza: Some Practical Suggestions About How to Discuss the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

    August 22, 2014 – Warsaw Konstanty Gebert is a journalist and international affairs commentator based in Warsaw. Konstanty has spoken to Humanity in Action Fellows in our Polish program and at our International Conferences in Sarajevo, Warsaw and Sønderborg in recent years. In August 2014, Konstanty began working with us in another capacity–as an advisor to our international… Read More

    Warsaw, Poland
  • The Banality of Genocide

    In 2011, Humanity in Action published its first book, Reflections on the Holocaust. The essays collected in this volume were written by Humanity in Action Fellows, Senior Fellows, board members and lecturers who participated in Humanity in Action's educational programs from 1997 to 2010. "The Banality of Genocide" is based on a talk Konstanty Gebert delivered at the first annual… Read More

    Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • The Educational Imperative

    In 2011, Humanity in Action published its first book, Reflections on the Holocaust. The essays collected in this volume were written by Humanity in Action Fellows, Senior Fellows, board members and lecturers who participated in Humanity in Action's educational programs from 1997 to 2010.   The Holocaust did not just happen or happen by accident– nor did the Iraqi genocide of… Read More

    Denmark
  • The Efficacy of Cooperation in Human Rights Promotion

    David Esarey wrote “The Efficacy of Cooperation in Human Rights” as part of the 2015 Humanity in Action Diplomacy and Diversity Fellowship.    The promotion of human rights is perhaps one of the most elusive goals in modern international affairs. While many human rights workers view their claims as absolute there is an ever-present disconnect between discourse… Read More

  • The Flight and Rescue of Danish Jewry

    Published in 2014, Humanity in Action: Collected Essays and Talks is an anthology of written works by Judith S. Goldstein, the founder and executive director of Humanity in Action. "The Flight and Rescue of Danish Jewry" was a talk delivered at the Humanity in Action Denmark conference "Civil Society: Reactions to the Holocaust" in Copenhagen, Denmark. It took place from September 30 to October… Read More

    Copenhagen, Denmark
  • The Journal of Helene Berr

    Published in 2014, Humanity in Action: Collected Essays and Talks is an anthology of written works by Judith S. Goldstein, the founder and executive director of Humanity in Action. "The Journal of Helene Berr" was a talk given to Humanity in Action Fellows in Paris in June 2010. Humanity in Action: Collected Essays and Talks is available for purchase as a Kindle eBook… Read More

    Paris, France
  • The Limits of Humanitarian Military Interventions: Innovation and Transformation in the Age of Complexity

    Fabrice Guerrier wrote “The Limits of Humanitarian Military Interventions: Innovation and Transformation in the Age of Complexity” as part of the 2015 Humanity in Action Diplomacy and Diversity Fellowship.  The term “Humanitarian Military Intervention” is defined as the use of force across state borders by another state intended to prevent and/or end… Read More

  • The Myth of Anne Frank

    Published in 2014, Humanity in Action: Collected Essays and Talks is an anthology of written works by Judith S. Goldstein, the founder and executive director of Humanity in Action. "The Myth of Anne Frank" was first published in the Partisan Review, in Winter 2003. Humanity in Action: Collected Essays and Talks is available for purchase as a Kindle eBook on Amazon.… Read More

    New York, NY, United States
  • The Response to Syrian Refugee Women’s Health Needs in Lebanon, Turkey and Jordan and Recommendations for Improved Practice

    Goleen Samari wrote "The Response to Syrian Refugee Women’s Health Needs in Lebanon, Turkey and Jordan and Recommendations for Improved Practice" as part of the 2014 Humanity in Action Diplomacy and Diversity Fellowship.  Abstract Since 2011, there have been an estimated three million Syrian refugees to neighboring countries. In times of conflict, women’s health… Read More

    Los Angeles, California