Without a solid understanding of the underlying science and its implications for our daily lives, we can neither respond intelligently on a personal level nor hold our public officials accountable for sound policy decisions.
Shepherding, narrowly escaping the Taliban, navigating the migrant trail to Western Europe — none of these experiences will help refugees assimilate to their host nations.
Leticia Gonzalez-ReyesMarch 14, 2018
In Bolivia, a grassroots theater troupe called “Las Kory Warmis” gives bold and compelling performances that explore stories of abuse and survival as experienced by women.
Lisa AutzMarch 12, 2018
A U.S. government agency assessment of the U.S. efforts to help Afghanistan recover from the devastation of 16 years of war found that six out of every 10 dollars since 2002 had been spent on Afghan defense forces.
Rahmatullah ArmanMarch 12, 2018
In Kenya, most smallholder farmers earn less than $3,000 USD per year. Barely able to afford the basics, they can’t justify school fees. This company helps farmers earn more money, so they can send their kids to school.
Brittany LaneMarch 10, 2018