Baroness Caroline Cox gives ‘120,000 reasons’ why Azerbaijan must be held to account for atrocities in Nagorno Karabakh
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by Bethany Oliver-dee
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Burma: A forgotten crisis?
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by Sam Mason
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Manè’s Reflections: ‘What I’ll take away from spending a week with HART’
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by Bethany Oliver-dee
5M ago
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Hear from a HART Prize Winner: Jeanette Baumann
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by Bethany Oliver-dee
6M ago
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Six things you need to know about sanctions on Syria
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by Sam Mason
9M ago
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Spotlight: HART Partners Championing Women’s Empowerment
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by Bethany Oliver-dee
11M ago
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Hear from a HART Prize Winner
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by TessellateAdmin
11M ago
St John Smith, who won the Intermediate Essay category in the 2021-22 HART Prize, recently joined the team at HART for a week of work experience. While he was with us, we asked him to tell us about his choice of essay subject matter, and why engaging with these issues is so important: – St John Smith, HART Prize 2021-22 Intermediate Essay Winner Read his winning entry here. Source ..read more
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Nagorno Karabakh: Voices from behind the blockade
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by TessellateAdmin
11M ago
It has been over 65 days since the blockade of Nagorno Karabakh. Azerbaijani protestors continue to block access through the Lachin Corridor, the only road connecting Nagorno Karabakh – home to approximately 120,000 civilians – to Armenia. Despite calls to lift the blockade from humanitarian groups, notable public figures (such as Cher), and members of the United Nations Security Council... Source ..read more
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Food Insecurity in South Sudan has Reached Highest Levels Since Independence in 2011
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by TessellateAdmin
11M ago
On the 9th of July 2011, a referendum was held to grant independence and a path to peace for South Sudan. Yet, this could be far from what unraveled after South Sudan became the world’s newest nation. A bitter civil war and a humanitarian crisis unfolded instead. South Sudan is currently facing the largest humanitarian food in the world. 75% of the population are facing severe food insecurity. Source ..read more
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Martyr: Women in Burma’s coup d’etat
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by TessellateAdmin
11M ago
Thirty years ago, Myanmar was not included in the United Nations annual campaign to end violence against women. In recent years, increasing cases of sexual and gender-based violence by the Myanmar military have emerged, particularly against ethnic minorities. In response to these atrocities, the international community issued widespread calls for accountability and justice, which so far have gone... Source ..read more
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