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Making Common Ground Podcast: Episode 4
Alfred Landecker Democracy Fellow Catherine Neilan's podcast Making Common Ground launched in January 2021. Catherine, a journalist who currently serves as Politics Live Editor at the Telegraph, created this podcast with the goal of creating in-depth conversations amongst different groups of people.
Webinar: Greenland and the Political Apology (in Danish)
Humanity in Action Denmark invite you to a webinar about Greenland and the political apology (in Danish), January 28, 17.00-18.00 CET.
Public philosophy as a tool of logical empowerment
Landecker Fellow Thomas Arnold was recently interviewed in an episode of Find Out Why_ It's Trustworthy. In this episode, Thomas discusses the importance of using reason and logic in everyday life.
Marietje Schaake's interview in De Groene Amsterdammer
Senior Fellow Marietje Schaake werd geïnterviewd door De Groene Amsterdammer over hoe tech-bedrijven jarenlang hun macht gebagatelliseerd hebben.
How To Fix Democracy Live Session with Dr. Jelani Cobb
The Bertelsmann Foundation North America, Humanity in Action, and the Canadian Institute for Citizenship invite you to a live discussion about the meaning of citizenship in today's United States of America.
DeLesslin George-Warren's grant to teach Catawba language
Earlier this month, The Herald, a South Carolina-based newspaper, interviewed Alfred Landecker Democracy Fellow and Humanity in Action Senior Fellow DeLesslin "Roo" George-Warren. The interview addresses why DeLesslin returned to their home community, the Catawba Nation, and their project as an Alfred Landecker Democracy Fellow.
Poles Waive the Rainbow Flag in “LGBTQI+ free zones”
Senior Fellow Lukasz Niparko co-authored an article with Patrice McMahon, titled "Poles Waive the Rainbow Flag in 'LGBTQI+-free zones.'" Featured in the Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, this article examines the Law and Justice government's conservative agenda is directly attacking Polish LGBTQI+ activists--and how activists are resisting and persisting in the face of discrimination.
Senior Fellow moderates panel on tools to combat the discrimination of Artsakh's Armenian population
Senior Fellow Anoush Baghdassarian is moderating a panel on international tools and treaties to stop hate speech, violence, and discrimination against Artsakh's Armenians.
Humanity in Action selected as a Top Summer Fellowship of 2020
ProFellow has selected the Humanity in Action Fellowship as one of its Top 10 Summer Fellowships of 2020.
Humanity in Action Fellowship Named Among 10 Fellowships for Human Rights
Humanity in Action was named by Human Rights Careers among 10 of the top Fellowships for human rights.
Humanity in Action Fellowship Named among 5 Fellowships to Keep an Eye on
The Humanity in Action Fellowship has been named by College Magazine among five Fellowships to keep an eye on, joining the ranks of Fulbright, the Watson Fellowship and Princeton.