All Articles about Human Rights
Reach out: Increased Educational Opportunities in Bristol.
Noor co-organized two university-based outreach initiatives to extend educational opportunities in the city of Bristol in the United Kingdom.
Building International Solidarity
Kalena Thomhave wrote a series of articles detailing the indignities of Filipino call center workers who are organizing for a labor union. Her work highlights the role of the US labor movement in this process and the importance of international solidarity.
Real Money Moves: Divesting from Private Prisons and Immigrant Detention Centers
Senior Fellow Jasmine Rashid created the campaign "Real Money Moves" to help combat mass incarceration and advocate for immigrant rights.
Les Pages Vertes (LPV) - a directory of sustainable European fashion
Senior Fellow Rachel Forster invented Les Pages Vertes (LPV), a sustainable European fashion directory that lists more than 400 brands from 44 countries across all ages and genders.
Room for action - girls' activist workshops
In September and October this year Dagmara Magryta and Beata Janus, HIA Poland senior fellows, are to implement their action project within the framework of the Wrocław-based Microgrants.
HER Docs Film Festival
HER Docs Film Festival is the first documentary film festival in Poland presenting the oeuvre of womxn filmmakers.
The Paths of the Future
'The Paths of the Future,' was a five-day event that included lectures, discussions, workshops, and a film viewing, covering various topic regarding the position of Roma people, their language, and culture, in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Just Another Day
A short film for raising awareness of the stigmatized groups' life circumstances through the context of comparing self-isolation imposed by COVID-19 pandemic and isolation as the a product of social stigma
Raising awareness of domestic violence against women by creating a mural and using the universality of art as a tool to convey messages of support to victims
Talking About Inequality
Senior Fellows Tess Luttikhuis and Annelie Boeren developed a short intersectional educational program with first-year secondary school students through an interactive game on the theme of inequality in Dutch society.