Catholic leaders met at the first-ever Indiana Poverty Summit to encourage change at the community level in order to fight poverty.
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“Five Questions for Nancy Schwartzman about a Smartphone App to alert your friends when you feel at risk”
An interview with Nancy Schwartzman, the creator of the “Circle of 6″ app, about her award-winning app and its stance against sexual assault.
Crowdfunding has shifted the dynamic of giving and provides a new sense of possibility and passion for social justice issues in today’s world.
The United Nations commemorated the anniversary of the 1994 Rwandan genocide to remind the world about the loss suffered by humanity as a result of this tragedy.
In a time of transition and turmoil, young people can help the world by being global citizens, according to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.
Groupon and the UN World Food Programme are launching a daily deal across Southeast Asia to support girl empowerment through school meals.
From March 3 through March 17, the Coalition of Immokalee Workers is leading a march from Fort Myers, Florida to Lakeland, Florida to advocate for farm worker’s rights.
After her child was affected by bullying, one mother fights for justice through new laws and awareness.
The Huffington Post reports on a new voting rights bill proposed by a Florida senator after 102-year-old Desiline Victor waited over 3 hours to vote in this past presidential election.
The United Nations Population Fund recently released a document explaining the need for data in address violence against women and girls around the world. The document explains why advocates need to to understand the nature and magnitude of the violence to end it.