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UN Peacekeepers’ Sexual Assault Problem

UN Peacekeepers’ Sexual Assault Problem

By Sanam Naraghi-Anderlini
Sexual abuse by peacekeeping forces demands the international community’s attention. Sanam discusses how to end it once and for all.

Sisi’s Failing Fight

Sisi’s Failing Fight

By Rana Allam
On Friday, 28 Coptic Christians, including many children, were gunned down while on their way to a monastery near the Upper Egyptian city of Minya.

Violence against women and extremism are intrinsically linked: overlooking this puts rights at risk

Rouhani’s Unlikely Supporters

By Sussan Tahmasebi
According to the polls, incumbent Hassan Rouhani is the frontrunner in Iran’s upcoming presidential elections, which will be held on May 19.

Violence against women and extremism are intrinsically linked: overlooking this puts rights at risk

Women and the Iranian Elections

By Sussan Tahmasebi​
Sussan breaks down what Iran’s upcoming elections could mean for women’s rights in the country, and finds hope in the efforts of women civil society activists.

Reasons to care about, abhor the executive order on immigration

Reasons to care about, abhor the executive order on immigration

By Melinda Holmes Last week, the country faced tremendous fallout from the Executive Order on Immigration, and its hasty implementation. Yet, in our rural northern towns the chaos and bustle of airport terminals full of civil rights lawyers and activists can easily...

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