Issues / Human Rights
Lower courts are slowly but steadily eroding the legal basis for some of the most reactionary war on terror policies.
Companies willingly censor or condemn free speech to retain market share in authoritarian countries. Just ask Daryl Morey.
In countries like Peru, extractive industries contract police to suppress Indigenous protesters and detain international observers — including me.
The International Labor Organization adopted a new Convention on workplace harassment. It’s time for the United States to ratify.
It is sickening that the U.S. would deliver the Kurds to Turkish violence, but that doesn't mean we should embrace the U.S. presence in Syria.
From Brazil to India to the United States, extractive industries have aligned themselves with authoritarian governments waging war on minority populations.
Democrats need to take Trump’s crimes against people and the planet as seriously as those against Joe Biden.
Like racist mass murders at home, drone attacks killing dozens of civilians at a time are only possible because of a culture of dehumanization.
Trump’s asylum ban and kangaroo tent courts threaten to destroy a pillar of international humanitarian law. What can we do?
Hong Kong’s protests are unlikely to spur major changes in the territory, much less on the mainland — but history suggests there’s a way forward.