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'ARTIVISM' - from the 2022 HUMAN RIGHTS Cph Fellowship podcast series
With sounds from the Roskilde Festival you can learn more on Artivism and how Danish Rapolitics combines art, politics, human rights, and hip hop. Brought to you by the 2022 Copenhagen Fellows Irene Franco Rubio, Dimitra Lazaridou, and Jaden Evans.
'HOME' - from the 2022 HUMAN RIGHTS Cph Fellowship podcast series
What is home, when you are forced to flea, when what you thought was your home suddenly becomes a warzone? What defines a home? Our Fellows, Alina Savchenko, Mira Vance, Marie-Louise Skov Jensen, and Colin Tredway, share with us their definition of home.
Registration is open for Migration & Communication training
Registration for the next edition of the Migration & Communication training organized by Landecker Fellow Karol Wilczyński's Salam Lab is now open.
Jelle on the "Thank You For Coming Out" Podcast
Landecker Fellow Jelle Zijlstra was a guest on the "Thank You For Coming Out Podcast."
Seeking 1610 accepted into PIE For Our Neighbors
Landecker Fellow Kazmyn Ramos' Seeking 1610 was accepted into PIE For Our Neighbors!
Noam Schimmel on NGOs' accountability
Senior Fellow Noam Schimmel wrote an article titled "Accountability, Ethics, and Integrity in the Human Rights, Development, and Humanitarian Aid Sector."
Civil War Redux?
Humanity in Action Board Member Hans Binnendjik co-authored a new article titled "Civil War Redux?."
Gorm Media secures Rethink Ireland funding
Landecker Fellow Mamobo Ogoro's Gorm Media secures Rethink Ireland funding.
Inaugural Elizabethtown College Social and Civic Leadership Academy
Senior Fellow Jalen Belgrave's Action Project was recently featured on Elisabethtown College's website.
I, Too: Live Film Premiere
Humanity in Action, Emory University, the Bertelsmann Foundation, and the Donner Foundation cordially invite you to the premiere of I, Too, a documentary film from the mind of Carol Anderson.