Human Rights Education, Hot Topics and Turkey Necks

By Arielle Corobow The International Human Rights Training Program organized by Equitas for the past 35 years has been a site of participation,...
August 7, 2014

HIV and Sex – Not a Risky Business

By Isabelle Rémillard Four girls in downtown Toronto, a little bit of gin, and a conversation about one-night stands. It didn’t take too...
August 1, 2014

India and its 1971 Refugee “Problem”

“Do they know we are coming?” In 1971, an estimated 10 million refugees crossed the border from East Pakistan into India (UNHCR 2000...
July 28, 2014

A First Blog Entry from a LICADHO Intern: Arrival and First Few Tasks

By Jonathan Coulombe It’s been a little more than a Month since I started my internship at the LICADHO in Phnom Penh. The...
July 7, 2014

The Refugee Experience in Bangkok

It sucks to be a refugee. And it really sucks to be a refugee in Bangkok. This summer I am working in Bangkok...
July 6, 2014

Initial adjustments in Colorado

by Matthew Millman-Pilon Compared to many of the other interns, I would imagine that the challenges associated with my acclimatization were negligible. Colorado’s...
July 1, 2014

A.N.D.

By Peter Grbac I met Indian bureaucracy the other day. She is a large, round woman who was perched on a dark solid...
June 29, 2014

The Power of Place

There are cities that you visit. Shining lights, framed portraits, manicured parks, picture-perfect moments. And then there are cities that you feel. The...
June 3, 2014

Piracy, Universal Jurisdiction, and Domestic Law in the United States

Andrew Higdon, One Earth Future Foundation. Broomfield, Colorado, USA. On November 7, 2008 the Bahamian flagged cargo ship CEC Future was attacked by Somali...
July 22, 2013