• In South Sudan Camps, Radio Is a Powerful Tool

    by  • March 22, 2017 • 

    Jess Engrebretson is a different kind of humanitarian-aid worker. As an American journalist and Thomas J. Watson Fellow, she has worked with local radio projects in Indonesia, Rwanda and Liberia on post-conflict resolution and human-rights reporting. From 2014 to 2015, Engrebretson helped develop radio infrastructure in a camp for displaced people near Malakal, South...

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    The US Leaving the UN Human Rights Council Would Be a Mistake: An Envoy Talks

    by  • March 21, 2017 • 

    As the Trump administration threatens to turn its back on international organizations unwilling to rubber-stamp Washington’s policies and meet its demands, an early inevitable target is expected to be the United Nations Human Rights Council, which is based in Geneva. In both the White House and Congress, opposition to the Council hangs on two...

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    Is Feminism in Britain Slipping Under Theresa May’s Leadership? Women’s Groups Wonder

    by  • March 20, 2017 • 

    NOTTINGHAM, England — Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May once famously wore a “This is what a feminist looks like” T-shirt and has been vocal in her support for women — much more than her only female predecessor and fellow Conservative Party member Margaret Thatcher. Yet May has remained a divisive figure among the feminist...

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