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Announcing the Winners of the 2014 Karbank/Rabineau Awards

June 27, 2014 Tags: senior fellow awards, senior fellows, ukraine, community organizing, bosnia and herzegovina, moldova

Humanity in Action is thrilled to announce the winners of its 2014 Senior Fellow Leadership awards: Tara Dickman, Yulia Gogol, Zachariah Falconer-Stout and Nick Micinski.

Barney A. Karbank Award

Tara Dickman (France 2007)
Yulia Gogol (Poland 2006) 

Dr. Louis Rabineau Award

Zachariah Falconer-Stout (Germany…

Humanity in Action Statement on the Crisis in Ukraine

February 20, 2014 Tags: ukraine, nonviolent action

This message is an open letter from Judith S. Goldstein, founder and Executive Director of Humanity in Action, to the Ukrainian Senior Fellows of Humanity in Action.

February 20, 2014

To the Ukrainiain Senior Fellows:

Our thoughts and wishes are with you. Please know that the media in all of our countries is prominently reporting the tragedy in Ukraine with… Read more

HIA Senior Fellow Nadia Bureiko Develops Seminars on Human Rights in Ukraine

December 06, 2010 Tags: action projects, ukraine

As an outgrowth of her fellowship with Humanity in Action, Senior Fellow Nadia Bureiko has developed two exciting seminars on human rights.

Human Rights in Culture will take place at "Ukrains'ka Knyha," a famous local literary cafe.

Human Rights in Science will take place on November 19th at the University as part of "Foreign Policy of Ukraine: The Current Agenda," an annual… Read more

HIA Senior Fellow Oksana Dekhtiarova Introduces New Conference: "Exploring the Intercultural Reality of the Eastern Ukraine"

May 18, 2010 Tags: ukraine

A new conference, Exploring the Intercultural Reality of the Eastern Ukraine, will take place on May 19th, 2010 in Luhansk, Ukraine.

Organized by HIA Senior Fellow Oksana Dekhtiarova, and part of the Ambassadors of Change project, the conference will engage young Ukrainians and foreign students living in Ukraine on issues of tolerance, human rights and democracy. Topics will… Read more