Five of the 15 shortlisted films for Best Documentary (out of 166 eligible titles) are part of the 2018 and 2019 Human Rights Watch Film Festival.
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A new academic paper from University of California, Santa Barbara is quite unique in that the product is a mobile app for political dissidents.
The human rights issues of 2018 have spilled over into current events, particularly DRC and Zimbabwe, which had troubled elections in 2018 — stood out.
Marches were planned in Europe, the US, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, Pakistan, Israel, Nigeria, Uganda, Zambia and South Africa.
The International Criminal Court in a stunning decision on Tuesday acquitted former Ivorian president Laurent Gbagbo of war crimes charges.
Board game for both boys and girls by Zuzanna Kozerska-Girard, is being sold at a time when achievements of women are increasingly in the spotlight.
South Africa gets a seat for the third time since 1994. Belgium, Germany, Indonesia and the Dominican Republic also joined the Council this week.
The increasing political polarization, a problem of the entire western world, is based on misconceptions to which today’s politicians find themselves without an ideological solution. They are as trustworthy as a runaway train!
Stars from Buckingham Palace to Bollywood and Hogwarts used fame in 2018 to highlight global challenges from climate change, to disease and women’s rights.
Murder of Jamal Khashoggi adds up to at at least 63 professional journalists around world, hitting unprecedented levels, a 15 percent increase on last year.