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What does Eleanor Roosevelt have to do with Black Lives Matter?

What does Eleanor Roosevelt have to do with Black Lives Matter?

Seventy years after the Universal Declaration of Human Rights proclaimed “All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights”, writes Allison Corkery, it is time to ensure that economic and social equity are seen as essential components of human rights.

Power in a union: United Airlines workers join forces and win

Power in a union: United Airlines workers join forces and win

Even in an age of declining union membership, and despite employers’ concerted anti-union efforts, writes Lauren Burke, it is still possible to win certification when workers’ resolve to improve their jobs and lives is supported by good organising strategy.

Arming for Justice

Arming for Justice

Early into his address at the London School of Economics, Darren Walker, president of the Ford Foundation, posed a question I have felt tugging at my conscience many times over the past decade I’ve spent in the field of philanthropy: ‘What does it mean for a foundation, an organization of immense privilege, to address the root inequalities that have created and sustained it?’