Category: Human Rights

The Challenges of Working (and Living) with Sexual and Gender-Based Violence 0

The Challenges of Working (and Living) with Sexual and Gender-Based Violence

Article published first at Women Deliver Blog. You could be in Brazil, the United States, the Maldives, Thailand, France, Jordan, or, in my case right now, Kenya and talk to someone about their experiences...

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The Story of Human Rights

While studying the Human Rights framework, I thought of this video, to remind us why those rights are important and why we shouldn’t take it for granted:      

The campaign “16 days of action against Gender-Based violence” is arriving and you can be part of it! 0

The campaign “16 days of action against Gender-Based violence” is arriving and you can be part of it!

Letter of CWGL for all of those who want to be part of the campaign: Dear Activist, In these turbulent times, the global theme of the 16 Days Campaign, “From Peace in the Home...

Losing the game: human rights violations and football 1

Losing the game: human rights violations and football

Brazilians love football. Being no exception to the rule, I can spend hours discussing why it is one of the most beautiful and democratic sports on the planet. It would have to be, to...

Ask me anything (part 2) 0

Ask me anything (part 2)

I stopped at Reddit recently and let them ask me a bunch of questions. I had posted this previously, but it looked funky so I decided to repost it in parts… So, you can better...

Protests and violent repression in Ukraine and Brazil 0

Protests and violent repression in Ukraine and Brazil

In light of recent events in Ukraine and in my home country, Brazil, I decided to focus this particular post on how non-violent resistance is taking form in recent democracies and how activists are...

Interview with Delphine Criscenzo 0

Interview with Delphine Criscenzo

The “Peacemakers series” on Beyond Violence brings us personalities or movements that have inspired the non-violent movement or have inspired us in our pursuit for non-violence and a more inclusive approach to development. This...