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March 27th, 2019

HART Prize for Human Right 2019| Untouchable

This year we received a record number of entries from a diverse range of countries, resulting in our toughest competition yet!...

March 27th, 2019

HART Prize for Human Rights 2019| Girl, Wife and Mother

This year we received a record number of entries from a diverse range of countries, resulting in our toughest competition yet!...

March 27th, 2019

HART Prize for Human Rights 2019| Child Army

This year we received a record number of entries from a diverse range of countries, resulting in our toughest competition yet!...

March 27th, 2019

HART Prize for Human Rights 2019| What was Left Behind…

This year we received a record number of entries from a diverse range of countries, resulting in our toughest competition yet!...

March 8th, 2019

Celebrating International Women’s Rights Day is a Privilege

Today is International Women’s Rights Day. It’s a day largely dedicated to celebrating the achievements of women and marking the progress that has been made in gender equality and women’s rights....

January 31st, 2019

What would peace in Nagorno-Karabakh look like?

The recent increase in meetings—both formal and informal—between Armenia and Azerbaijan to discuss the decades long Nagorno-Karabakh conflict have left many optimistic....

January 7th, 2019

Children in Conflict – 2018 Review

In 2018, humanitarian reports were defined by violations against children. Described by UNICEF as the moral crisis of our age, children in conflict areas were used as human shields, soldiers on frontlines and suicide bombers while atrocities and extreme expressions of violence continued with ‘near-total’ impunity in several countries around the world....

November 27th, 2018

South Sudan on the Edge

The world’s youngest and most fragile state has suffered under legacies of hunger and violence. With a death toll to rival conflicts in Syria or Iraq, the fastest-growing refugee emergency, and political and ethnic divides that continue to tear the nation apart, five years of war in South Sudan have also carried famine and the outbreak of disease....

November 8th, 2018

The Dangers of Being a Girl in a Refugee Camp

Refugee camps are home to some of the most vulnerable portions of global societies – those forced to leave their homes for fear of persecution, war, natural disasters, and other threats to life....

October 18th, 2018

Genocide and the Modern World

In 1994, the United Nations was shamed for turning away from desperate cries for help in Rwanda, where the deaths of 800,000 people are remembered as the failure to take action....
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