I’m fast like the ginger bread man. They can’t catch me. They are men and they are stronger, but I can outrun them…in the next scene they send a woman, she asks for it and I give it to her. She feels all my anger at being persecuted in my own home. I don’t run I fight her on the floor of my bathroom. I have her in a choke hold and I’m knocking her head over and over again against the tiles.
Co-editors Irene Hadiprayitno (Leiden) and Chiseche Mibenge (Stanford) have launched a human rights series, titled Human Rights Interventions, with Palgrave MacMillan. The series joins the list International Relations and Security Studies held by Palgrave Senior Editor Dr. Anca Pusca.
I’m very excited by this invitation from Springer Nature Storytellers and the Before the Abstract to be a storyteller and not just a human rights educator. The storytelling evening on…
Foundation Cristosal (El Salvador) approaches issues such as forced displacement by violence, building capacities of local leadership to promote democratic processes in El Salvador, and creating spaces for mutual exchange between Central and North Americans through a rights based approach that recognizes at its core the inherent dignity, equality, and inalienable rights of every human being.
My panel contribution can’t ignore recent article on the prospects for justice with the creation of a new African tribunal. ‘African Court Comes with in-built Impunity’.