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Education, Human Rights in Afghanistan
BY LAURYN OATES
@ VOL 28
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Lauryn Oates has been working to improve the lives of children and women in Afghanistan through the power of education. Though threats against her and her colleagues lives have been made on numerous occasions, she speaks firmly on the ideals of human rights.
"Presentation of the Day" on January 10, 2014.
The Undercover Prisoner
BY LITHGOW OSBORNE
@ VOL 4
ON NOV 21, 2013
Lithgow Osborne speaks of his grandfather Thomas Mott Osborne, who -- in a time when prisons were structures rank with barbarism -- voluntarily became a prisoner in an effort to root out the corruption that could only be found through first-hand experiences. He later became a warden, and proponent of the ideal that prisons ought to be "human repair shops."
"Presentation of the Day" on January 13, 2014.
Human Rights Tattoo
BY SANDER VAN BUSSEL
@ VOL 8
ON DEC 03, 2013
The Human Rights Tattoo project is an art project to create awareness and underline the importance of Human Rights. The idea originates from Sander van Bussel. The murder of fellow artist Steven ‘Nyash’ Nygah in Nairobi motivated him to pursue this idea. HRT's goal is to tattoo the complete text of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights on individuals, letter by letter. The complete text of this declaration contains 6773 letters. Each person gets one character.
Walk on Western
BY BRIANNA BAILEY
@ VOL 3
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BY ADE PEACHMENT
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BY PATRICK TIMMONS
@ VOL 16
ON JUN 29, 2017
Mexico is the most dangerous country in the world to be a journalist. Freelance human rights investigator and journalist Patrick Timmons shares the staggering statistics: 130 journalists dead or disappeared since 2000. Official protection mechanisms do not work so what informal methods do journalists need to keep themselves safe? Patrick proposes a refuge that may be part of the answer.