Human Rights

A collection of content related to human rights from across the Foundation's grantmaking

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Death By Design

Examining the global environmental and public health consequences of our addiction to our digital devices Read More
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Logs of War

A network of citizen journalists in Liberia works to protect the country’s natural resources and public health Read More
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Mudflow

Following the social and political impacts of an ongoing environmental disaster believed to have been caused by natural gas drilling in Indonesia Read More
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Untitled Forensic Anthropology Documentary

A group of forensic anthropology investigators from Latin America challenge the official story of repressive and violent regimes in countries across the globe Read More
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Protecting Human Rights in Mexico

Several of the Foundation’s human rights grantees in Mexico have been working on multiple facets of what is being called a crime against humanity. Read More
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Human Rights and Technology

A study by Partners for Human Rights Information, Methodology, & Analysis seeks to help funders make strategic investments to harness technology in the service of human rights. Read More
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Update: Fifth Threat Assessment of Nigeria 2015 Election Security

A fifth threat assessment by the CLEEN Foundation in advance of Nigeria’s 2015 general election articulates increasing concerns about high levels of insecurity and violence anticipated during and immediately after the election. Read More
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"Sarah Deer Among 21 Diverse MacArthur 'Genius Grant' Winners"

Indian Country Today Media Network
Sarah Deer, 2014 MacArthur Fellow
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Mexico’s Supreme Court to Hear Historic Human Rights Case

The Mexican Supreme Court has agreed to review a case to determine if, by denying access to investigation files, the Attorney General violated the rights of family members of deceased migrants. Read More