From Mohammed Morsi to Aleksander Lukashenko, the cast of political egomaniacs remains interesting for 2013.
Human rights are more than just equal pay for equal work, gay marriage, or the freedom to light candles on Hanukkah — although those things are important too.
On Human Rights Day, Americans should celebrate their well-protected freedom of speech by talking about all the ways our government abuses human rights in our name.
Feminism is for all women, including sex workers. Let’s make 2013 the year that violence against sex workers finally enters the public consciousness as a human rights issue.
A Tunisian girl faces criminal charges after posting a naked photo of herself on Facebook. Her parents have disowned her and she's been placed in a mental hospital, but she's not backing down.
The founder of WikiLeaks is currently holed up in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, and claims to be a persecuted dissident. The reality of the situation is very different.
If one person has a right to food, water and shelter, is another obligated to provide these basic necessities without compensation?
The UN values state sovereignty too much to intervene against Assad.