human rights

The Racialization of Accompaniment

Can Privilege Be Used Transparently? By Sara Koopman Accompaniers often say that they “make space for peace.” I recently finished a Ph.D. in human geography, which is the study of the relationship between society and space – so my dissertation is an attempt to think...

Ten victories to celebrate on Human Rights Day

By Rene Wadlow Monday, December 10, 2012, 10:35am Our age which has often been so cruel, can now pride itself on having witnessed the birth of a universal human rights movement.  In all walks of life brave individuals are standing up for their brothers who have been...

Book review: Snakes and Ladders

By Rene Wadlow Thursday, September 27, 2012, 9:14am The symbolic start of the Fellowship of Reconciliation was in 1914, on the eve of the First World War. Henry Hodgkin, a British member of the Religious Society of Friends and a former missionary doctor to China, and...