Why pursue transitional justice in the aftermath of massive human rights violations? "The Case for Justice" provides a window into the debate about the relevance of transitional justice in today's world.
Young, urbane and highly-motivated, their tweets revealed the truth of the scale of the uprising which Egypt's state media sought to hide, and gave a street-level, minute-by-minute account of how the persistence and bravery of the Egyptian people brought down a dictator.
In Egypt, traditional gender roles mean many women grow up without access to education. But change is coming. Small schools, established with the help of UNICEF, are opening their doors to both sexes, and young girls like Yusriya are grasping the opportunity to learn with both hands.
The mission of the Seeds of Peace Delegation Leaders Program is to create the environment for Seeds to flourish at camp, in schools, in communities and across the lines of conflict, as well as creating the most effective cross-border network of educators dedicated to the mission of Seeds of Peace.
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This C-SPAN presentation by John Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies & International Peace & Security Institute discusses principles of nonviolence, understandings of what makes these movements work and what approaches are flawed. The presentation also explores emerging nonviolent movements around the world.
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