In countries transitioning from conflict or authoritarian rule, it is crucial that all members of society – especially women and minorities – are included in the envisioning and building a new future. While many
As immigration continues to be a heated topic around the world, our members work tirelessly to amplify the voices and support the rights of migrant populations. This week, after the Trump administration said
The Coalition is pleased to announce that Round 1 of the 2018 Project Support Fund is now open, with the consultation period taking place from September 1-October 1, 2017, and
Dear Friends, The recent events in Charlottesville, Virginia are a stark reminder of the power of sites of memory to either deepen division or inspire broad commitment to social justice.
Levine Museum of the New South in Charlotte, North Carolina (USA) is an interactive history museum that provides the nation with the most comprehensive interpretation of post-Civil War southern society.
The Rafael Cintrón Ortiz Latino Cultural Center (LCC) was established forty years ago at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) out of an urban student struggle for educational equity.
While leaders around the globe cast doubt on climate change, the effects of global warming and rising sea levels are taking an increasingly human face. From the outskirts of Santiago,
2017 – Round 1 The Coalition is pleased to announce that the winners of the 2017 Project Support Fund, Round 1 are: Kdei Karuna (Cambodia), the Matilda Joslyn Gage Foundation (United States),
This blog – by Samantha Hunter, a Specialist in Education at Eastern State Penitentiary – is the first in a series of posts from participants in our groundbreaking three-year initiative
“Let us join together and clear the debris that has been thrown over the bodies of hundreds and thousands of Bangalees. Only then we shall know ourselves. Our brothers, sisters,