Three Men Stood Up to Anti-Muslim Attack. Two Paid With Their Lives.

Originally published in The New York Times by David Victor, 28 May 2017 — Portland, Oregon, USA — An Army veteran, a recent college graduate and a student who once won a poetry contest by condemning prejudice stirred up by the Sept. 11 attacks intervened as a man screamed anti-Muslim insults at two women in Portland, Ore., … More Three Men Stood Up to Anti-Muslim Attack. Two Paid With Their Lives.

UN: 300,000 Children Migrating Solo

Originally published by Krista Larson, The Associated Press, in The Seattle Times (17 May 2017): DAKAR, Senegal (AP) — Authorities have documented more than 300,000 children migrating alone worldwide over a two-year period, marking a dramatic escalation of a trend that has forced many young refugees into slavery and prostitution, the U.N. children’s agency said … More UN: 300,000 Children Migrating Solo

Corporate Human Rights Benchmark Releases Ranking Results on Human Rights Performance of 98 Companies

Originally posted on https://business-humanrights.org on March 16, 2017— “The Corporate Human Rights Benchmark released its results at an event in London today. The benchmark ranks 98 of the world’s largest publicly traded companies, from 3 at risk sectors, on human rights performance. This page [CLICK HERE] will be updated with articles on the Benchmark’s findings.”