Human Goods’ new collaboration with YES! Magazine digs into how we can rehumanize our often exploitative relationships with the people who make our stuff.
This Valentine’s Day, join the worldwide walkout to end violence against women.
What one writer discovered when she traced a Christmas gift’s roots.
Occupy’s vision for world revolution will only catch on in the global South once the movement begins to challenge inequality between nations as much as within them.
Women are more likely than men to lose their lives and livelihoods—and get trafficked—after natural disasters, UN reports in Durban. But they could also be the key to climate resilience.
The Al Jazeera debate on the roots of modern slavery and how to end it for good.
The U.S. State Department publishes an annual report rating countries on their efforts to combat global human trafficking. But is the U.S. really in a position to judge?
This week, Congress will vote on three free trade agreements that are predicted to kill jobs and solidify corporate power. It’s our turn to have a say in how we trade.
100 million more girls worldwide will become child brides in the next decade. How we can give them a chance.
Will recent advances in human tissue preservation change the way we think about bodies, death, God… and China?