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Drawbacks and Alternatives to Voluntourism
What is ďvoluntourismĒ? Though it may have drawbacks, some good may come from it, and, better yet, there may be some good alternatives to it.
The Struggle to Educate Girls
There are many challenges today facing girls striving to receive an education. Despite these challenges, creative solutions may exist and there may even be ways that we can help.
Word Games for You to Play !
Are you looking for a fun way to relax on the Human Rights site? Look no further than this Word Games Page!
Human Rights and the Internet
The internet can be a great resource in helping activists, but it getting started can seem overwhelming. Not to worry--itís as easy as opening your browser.
Ways to Give Back to Your Community
Itís important for us to strengthen our communities by giving back through our time, talents, resources, and anything else we can offer. By giving of ourselves, we can truly make a difference.
Review - The Social Justice Advocateís Handbook
Sam Killermannís friendly writing makes you feel like youíre chatting with him in person, rather than reading his great book! Click to read more about his book, 'The Social Justice Advocateís Handbook: A Guide to Gender.'
Fair Trade Gift Giving
Gift-giving can be a challenge when trying to follow fair trade standards. Consider these ideas in order to support socially-conscious gift giving.
How to Help the Homeless
Homelessness is a serious problem without easy solutions. You and I canít necessarily solve the problem, but we can reach out to individuals. Here are ways that you can help homeless people in your community.
Women and Religious Freedom
The 18th article of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights talks about religious freedom. Women from different religions around the world have taken that message to heart by standing up for themselves and seeking out greater equality in their religions.
Mother Jones Book Review
Mary Harris "Mother" Jones (1837-1930) was a labor and community coordinator who became involved in the union movement during the brutal industrial revolution. Her successful activism for workers' rights earned her the title of "the most dangerous woman in America" during her time.
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