All Articles about Justice
A Series of Publications on Social Problems in Ukraine
Senior Fellow Mariana Pryven wrote one year of news publications spanning a range of human rights and social justice issues in Ukraine.
Orange the World - Haarlem
Orange the World - End Violence against Women was a campaign that Senior Fellow Alida Lianne Cluistra coordinated with partners in Haarlem.
Martin Luther King Day
In 2014, three Dutch Senior Fellows collaborated to explore Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy within the context of current Dutch society.
Students Against Corruption
Students Against Corruption campaign focused on tackling anticorruption and accountability in universities throughout Bosnia & Herzegovina.
I Demand Safe Ports Petition and Campaign
I Demand Safe Ports Petition and Campaign is a petition and online campaign demanding the Portuguese government to provide a safe port and shelter to those rescued on the Mediterranean
Serving Local Survivors Panel Discussion
Serving Local Survivors Panel Discussion was a solutions-oriented panel discussion focused on progress in the areas of domestic, sexual, and trafficking violence in New Hampshire and Maine.
'Agua Limpia, Aire Limpio': Community Impact in Rural Guatemala
Influenced by his experiences as a child, Senior Fellow Vaclav Masek is dedicated to giving families throughout Guatemala the ability to breathe clean air and drink clean water.
Last Days in Dilley - Visual Reflection for Community Driven Advocacy Against Refugee Detention
Last Days in Dilley utilizes a combination of short documentary videos, community organizing, and public presentations, in order to elevated attention and facilitated the creation of resource networks to confront the mass incarceration and deportation of Central American refugee families by the US Department of Homeland Security.
#FreedomCities (Home of the Brave)
Freedom Cities began as a response to Donald Trump's inauguration, utilizing storytelling media projects to highlight how a diverse group of immigrant and low-wage workers of color are standing up within a divided political climate to re-imagine safety and belonging in service of freedom.
Atlanta and Berlin: The Cross Currents of Racism and Restorative Justice
Over several centuries, immigrants with few assets were driven by the vertigo of speculation in building a new American society. In the process they stripped Native Americans of their wealth and eagerly and savagely diminished that population.