You’re invited to a brown bag lunch discussion with Letelier-Moffitt Human Rights Domestic Awardee Daryl Atkinson, an emerging leader fighting for the restoration of the human rights for people with criminal records.
IPS collaborated with Sam Buffone, a pathbreaker in the field of international human rights, for several decades in the pursuit of justice for two assassinated IPS colleagues.
The Institute for Policy Studies and WOLA invite you to a forum to analyze “Lessons from the Past Four Decades” to help guide the next generation’s fighs for justice.
Watch the whole ceremony right here on our blog.
This award is for everyone who is fighting to make Chile a better place.
The Chilean Student Movement’s tactics are non-traditional, non-violent, and accessible.
Tonight, amidst the clutter of money-soaked politics, we have an opportunity to look into the future and celebrate some clear and inspirational paths forward.
When the Great Recession struck, City Life/Vida Urbana was there, confronting bank power with people power.
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Chilean Student Movement and City Life Vida Urbana, group fighting foreclosures, evictions, are recipients of prestigious Letelier-Moffitt Human Rights Award by Institute for Policy Studies
Washington DC awards ceremony will feature Danny Glover, Camila Vallejo. Event will include music, poetry, food, open bar.
The Coalition of American University Students (CAUS) and Kay Spiritual Life Center are pleased to present a panel on student organizing in Chile and how it relates to organizing in the United States.
Student activists in Chile and foreclosure opponents in Boston showed the way to fight for human rights, and will be honored by IPS this fall.
Join us for our annual awards event to honor our fallen colleagues while celebrating new heroes of the human rights movement from the United States and from Chile.
These movement leaders, artists, grass roots organizers, labor leaders, and clergy people are working in the front trenches of the struggle for human rights.
The Occupy Wall Street movement claimed a little scrap of earth in Zuccotti Park on behalf of all of us, and created a live-in soapbox from which to challenge inequality.