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Attacks on Health Workers Violate Everyone's Human Rights

A doctor’s job is to save lives. But in Syria, Dr.

Advancing Human Rights Through Justice in Libya

"He just started shooting at the table and the laptop. It's a miracle I did not get shot." In 2013 a militiaman fired at Rania Khalid, co-founder of the International Organization for Libyan Women, for listening to music in her garden.

60th World Statistics Conference


International Teachers Return Home with New Perspectives

Last month, a cohort of 70 teachers from 29 different countries returned home after the six-week Teaching Excellence and Achievement (TEA) program to implem

Break the Silence: Campaign for Jailed Human Rights Activists

10 December 2014

Today, on Human Rights Day, we remember Alaa Abd El Fattah and Bassel Khartabil (aka Bassel Safadi), who are serving arbitrary

What Traversing Africa by Road Can Teach us about Technology, Community, and Impact

TLDR: The scope of impact in Africa for work is great and an inspiration for the work ahead in 2015. Similar problems exist in various African countries and similar opportunities and the incredible chance to participate in a bolder stake on the future of the continent. Local communities have a key role in shaping strategy and can teach us a lot about what works where.

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