The petition was launched in 2016 and for the World Refugee Day 2017 it has already reached more than 1.5 million pledges.
Commonly, misunderstandings start when it comes to defining what a refugee is. Taking into account the definitions made by the UN Refugee Agency, here we try to clarify the different concepts.
The European Parliament discusses a proposal to force transnational corporations to disclose the country where they pay tax
Organisations defending fiscal transparency regret the amendment introduced by conservative groups, who reject disclosing this information when it is “commercially sensitive”.
Sarah Glidden tells her experience from post-war Iraq until civil revolution in Syria through vignettes.
Environmental Justice Atlas (EJAtlas) is a map created by researchers from UAB’s Institute of Environmental Science and Technology with 2,100 cases of environmental conflicts in different parts of the world.
The European project Same World aims at getting youths aged 13 to 25 to denounce environmental injustice and to demand intergenerational justice, a concept stemming from environmental sustainability.
During the World Blood Donor Day, the World Health Organization will highlight blood donors’ dedication to help those who have suffered any natural disaster, accident, or armed conflict.
Over 50% of the world population uses the Internet. 2016 is the year this incredible hallmark was reached. But what happens with the other half?
Amnesty International releases a report within the framework of its new campaign “Brave” calling for the elimination of repressive laws and to ensure the safety of people fighting injustice.
MHE present a new video on Article 27 of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities on the right to work.
Two UN agencies report that 2 million children have been displaced by South Sudan conflict.
The app allowing recognition of almost any song based on a small sample and the British association want to raise awareness of the disease among the younger generation.