Meet the artist changing gut reactions to the Philippines ‘war on drugs’
Thousands have been killed and human rights defenders vilified in President Duterte’s campaign. In response, artist Carlo Gabuco makes the truth viscerally real.
India’s mass movements thrive close to the ground while the state cracks down on dissent
Law, police and ideology are all targeting those claiming social, economic and political rights in India. But groups that have big memberships and stay close to their communities are getting results.
Regan Ralph: "This is why we don’t shape the agenda, we let others shape it"
Why give money to support human rights rather than digging a well? The president and CEO of The Fund for Global Human Rights explains why everyone needs human rights – and why international organisations should take the lead from activists on the ground.