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Bonded to Labor

The Contemporary Situation in Nepal

Political Conflict in Relief

Before this year's refugee camps, there were those from last year, and the year before. A legacy of civil strife complicates any tsunami relief efforts in Sri Lanka.

An Olive Tree Grows in South Hebron

The occupied village At-Tuwani is on the southern fringe of Hebron district and is slowly being eaten away by settlers that live on stolen adjacent lands. Zachary Wales recounts the story of At-Tuwani and in particular one of its residents, who is leading a personal struggle of resistance and fatherhood.

Mazdoor Kisan Shakti Sangathan (MKSS)

"Championing the "Right to Information" in Rural India"

Seeing the Disappeared

Two visual artists seek out new ways of engaging with the post-9/11 disappearances in the US

Assimilate or Integrate? A Closer Look at South Asian Muslim Youth in New York City

Typecast and stereotyped, required to assimilate or questioned of their loyalties, the debate continues about who South Asian Muslim youth are. Instead, they should be understood in the socioeconomic and cultural context—and their multiple identities and civic commitments should be recognized.

Just Not Cricket

The World Cup, Race and Nationalism

Corporate Responsibility Twenty Years On

In Bhopal, the struggle to seek justice goes on, not as compensation, for the loss is too great to be compensated, but rather as a founding virtue of human society.

Blogging for Lebanon

Blogs, videos, and artwork filled in the glaring gaps left by the mainstream news media during the recent invasion of Lebanon, leading to the galvanization of a global movement in support of the Lebanese, and giving us a glimpse into the different ways of using digital art and information for advocacy, awareness, and fundraising.

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