Issues / Human Rights
Poor and working communities stand to gain the most from protections against corporations that expose them to pollution.
The world has enough water for 7 billion people, but not if countries waste, hoard, or weaponize it.
When human beings are framed as a national security threat, barbed wire is the next logical step. But unlike during the Japanese internment, today there's high-level political resistance.
Authoritarian governments have tried to rig elections for ages. More dangerous are the far-right leaders concentrating their power by relatively fair elections.
It's the best way to stop the global race to the bottom that hurts workers everywhere, not just those in low-income countries.
In Iran, U.S. sanctions are producing a level of suffering comparable to that of wartime.
There’s nothing “uncontrollable” about people applying for asylum. All the U.S. has to do is meet its obligations under international law.
U.S. military aid to the Philippines doesn't defend the country from invaders. It's turned inward, against the poor, journalists, and human rights defenders.
Whether authorities classify an act as “terrorist” depends almost entirely on who carries it out, not what they did.
His administration’s near-ban on refugee admissions is having a destructive domino effect in front-line countries.