on confronting HIV and AIDS in south India
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on the need for Christians to engage with the real world
Vandana Shiva, Indian environmentalist extraordinaire, on her new movement challenging supermarkets
The work against the odds of activists in the Tunisian Association Against AIDS
How Masih Alinejad is paying the price for confronting Iran’s leaders
A letter from inside prison by Iranian women’s rights campaigner Mahboubeh Hossein Zadeh.
- September 14, 2007
Interview with Indian homeless campaigner Sheela Patel.
Mental illness is still taboo in India, and many women end up shunned and destitute as a result. But Vandana Gopikumar has been pioneering ways of reaching out to them.
Battered women of all nationalities in the United Arab Emirates used to have no refuge. But Sharla Musabih has been putting that right.
Being a human rights activist in Colombia can be murder, but that hasn’t stopped Hernando Hernandez Tapasco.
Semantics King Jr – keeping the flame of independent media alive in a camp for Liberian refugees.