The Dangerous Impact COVID-19 Is Having on Human Rights
For millions of people across the globe, COVID-19 isn’t just a pandemic—it’s a human rights crisis. In a new interview with Global GoalsCast, President and CEO Regan Ralph discusses what COVID-19 means for human rights and how the Fund is helping activists respond.
Taking to the streets: How will social movements change human rights advocacy?
Social movements like Black Lives Matter are shaking the status quo and creating political reform. Some long-time activists, however, fear that movements’ visibility and success have sidelined vital human rights groups that spent decades building an architecture for justice. Writing in Alliance Magazine, our CEO Regan Ralph, figures out how to bring these forces together. Photo: A protestor in Minsk, Belarus in 2020 Jana Shnipelson/ Flikr
Art, Activism, and NGO Storytelling: Highlights from a Discussion Between James Logan and Ekow Eshun
James Logan, the Fund’s European office director, and curator Ekow Eshun dialed into Instagram Live last week to discuss their recent collaboration: a London-based photography exhibition called Face to Face. These excerpts from their conversation have been lightly edited for clarity.
The Dangerous Impact COVID-19 Is Having on Human RightsJanuary 13, 2021 • Regan Ralph