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Humanity in Action Statement on the War in Israel/Palestine
Humanity in Action's statement on the war in Israel and Palestine
“Untold Stories | Forgotten Places of Memory” - Free Educational Materials for Teachers and Educators
>> "Diversity, wonderful, open-minded people, professional approach of the trainers, testimony of history. Engaging way of conveying the information." This is how one of the participants summed up the participation in the international project "Untold Stories | Forgotten Places of Memory".
WSIS Turns Twenty: Implications for the Media Development Community
Landecker Fellow Ayden Férdeline wrote an opinion piece focusing on the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) and its framework that shapes today’s international norms on Internet governance.
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Let’s talk about Qatar. But let’s not stop there.
Senior Fellow Jessamy Garver-Affeldt is currently doing research on migration in West and North Africa for the Mixed Migration Centre. Read her latest article about Qatar, the World Cup 2022, migration, and more...
Q&A with Carol Anderson on Democracy, American History, and the Lessons We Can Learn From Antiquity
On September 27, the new documentary I, Too held its international premiere at the Athens Democracy Forum in Greece. Ahead of the premiere in Athens, How to Fix Democracy host Andrew Keen caught up with bestselling author and Emory professor Carol Anderson.
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“Stereotype Breakers”. Perception of Jewish community and culture in Poland
Magdalena Fuchs has long been fascinated by the Jewish culture and interreligious dialogue. It was only natural that her idea for the Action Project had to involve education and tolerance. As a lawyer and human rights activist, she knows best the value of teaching solidarity with minority groups and the real danger of hate speech.
Indigenous Creations: Open Source Tools for Indigenous Communities
Landecker Democracy Fellow DeLesslin George-Warren is a queer artist, researcher, and organizer from Catawba Indian Nation. DeLesslin works with five native technologists to support their work in creating Open Source projects to address the needs of their community.
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