July 18, 2018BY: Rayyan Dabbous
Trends in Google searches show that most internet users are interested ...
July 17, 2018BY: Shreya Sen
Legal empowerment enables poor and marginalized communities to be partners ...
July 11, 2018BY: Aryeh Neier
Naming and shaming may be less important as a foreign policy tool to promote ...
July 5, 2018BY: Salil Shetty
Human rights have always been subject to efforts at misappropriation and ...
June 28, 2018BY: César Rodríguez-Garavito & Krizna Gomez
With populist leaders stoking nationalism and violating basic rights, ...
June 27, 2018BY: Emre Eren Korkmaz
Many governments have released official strategies to promote AI systems ...
June 27, 2018BY: Michelle Lau-Burke & Callie Strickland
Technology can raise awareness and spark collective action, but it can ...
June 27, 2018BY: Marc Limon
The US said it quit the UN Human Rights Council because it couldn’t reform ...
June 14, 2018BY: James Ron & José Kaire & Archana Pandya & Andrea Martínez
Modest investments into local fundraising capacity could transform the ...
June 12, 2018BY: Steven L. B. Jensen
An expanding range of literature examines the effectiveness of national ...
June 6, 2018BY: Ronald R. Krebs & James Ron
A new law in Israel seeks to stigmatize NGOs that receive foreign funding—but ...
May 31, 2018BY: Gulika Reddy
Donors, organizations and staff in the peacebuilding and human rights ...
May 22, 2018BY: Mona Younis
International human rights NGOs are increasingly locating staff and offices ...
May 17, 2018BY: Matthew Fenech
Algorithms have long aided decision-making, but as artificial intelligence ...
May 17, 2018BY: Emre Eren Korkmaz
Artificial intelligence is rapidly transforming business models, but labor ...
May 16, 2018BY: Dunstan Allison-Hope & Mark Hodge
Artificial intelligence is disrupting how we live, work, do business, ...
May 16, 2018BY: Afsaneh Rigot
Repressive states are manipulating dating apps to find and target LGBTQ ...
May 16, 2018BY: Phil Bloomer & Christen Dobson
Technology has the power to free us from drudgery or to decimate livelihoods, ...
May 16, 2018BY: Peter Micek
Mega events like the Olympics and the World Cup are bringing digital rights ...
May 9, 2018BY: Paul Nelson & Ellen Dorsey
The connection between human rights and development is hardly new, but ...
May 8, 2018BY: Dhananjayan Sriskandarajah & Mandeep Tiwana
To reclaim civic space, there are three key drivers that organizations ...
May 3, 2018BY: Rajshri Sen
Getting traction and funding for women’s rights in India can be difficult, ...
May 1, 2018BY: Daniel Krcmaric
The advance of international justice means that the “golden parachute” ...
April 25, 2018BY: Kate Donald & Silke Staab
In a challenging global context for equality and women’s rights, a new ...
April 24, 2018BY: Benjamin Mason Meier & Lawrence O. Gostin
Given the dramatic development of human rights under international law ...
April 23, 2018BY: Sukti Dhital
Legal empowerment offers promising new methods to improve access to justice ...
April 19, 2018BY: Matheus Hernandez
The same mandate that makes the work of the High Commissioner a nearly ...
April 17, 2018BY: Ted Piccone
The dangers of a growing global divergence on human rights, with the rise ...
April 10, 2018BY: Paul Seils
The transitional justice toolkit was developed for circumstances unlike ...
April 5, 2018BY: Daniel Cerqueira & Alexandra Montgomery
To ensure justice for victims of corporate human rights abuse, transnational ...
April 3, 2018BY: Anne-Marie Brook & K. Chad Clay & Susan Randolph
The launch of the Human Rights Measurement Initiative dataset promises ...
March 29, 2018BY: Gillian Caldwell
By its very nature, standing up to corruption and corporate power means ...
March 7, 2018BY: Sarah Knuckey & Su Anne Lee
Educators and managers can play an important role in building the next ...
February 27, 2018BY: Marc Limon
Perhaps the role of High Commissioner for Human Rights is not do-able ...
February 22, 2018BY: Maria Bobenrieth
In these turbulent times, business as usual is no longer an option for ...
February 15, 2018BY: Marcy Darnovsky & Leah Lowthorp & Katie Hasson
The prohibition on reproductive gene editing to enhance human capabilities ...
February 8, 2018BY: David Petrasek
The early departure—yet again—of a UN High Commissioner for Human Rights ...
January 30, 2018BY: Enrique Piracés
The amount of digital information available online presents human rights ...
January 22, 2018BY: Dhananjayan Sriskandarajah
The challenges facing civil society now aren’t about reviving our weakening ...
January 4, 2018BY: Shivani Chaudhry
The UN has drafted a groundbreaking declaration that has the potential ...
December 31, 2017BY: Alan Bengtson
December 21, 2017BY: Allison Corkery
The methods human rights researchers and advocates use determine what ...
December 19, 2017BY: Julian Oram & Deborah Doane
Most development and funding organizations are adapting to shrinking space ...
December 12, 2017BY: Zoe Trodd
Ending slavery means building a science of anti-slavery where advocates ...
December 4, 2017BY: Barbara Klugman & Ravindran Daniel & Denise Dora & Maimouna Jallow
Human rights funding is systemically inequitable, and this will only change ...
November 30, 2017BY: Barbara Klugman & Ravindran Daniel & Denise Dora & Maimouna Jallow
The marker of progress towards an equitable human rights ecology is when ...
November 29, 2017BY: Kathryn Sikkink
We compare our current human rights situation not to the past but to an ...
November 27, 2017BY: Barbara Klugman & Ravindran Daniel & Denise Dora & Maimouna Jallow
The human rights system must value and mobilize the expertise of all players, ...