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FIFA: Let Them Play!

The Iranian women’s soccer team has been forced to choose between their faith and football. Read More »

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Achieving a Ceasefire, Moving toward Legitimate Government

Brussels, 13 May 2011: The longer Libya's military conflict persists, the more it risks jeopardising or undermining the anti-Qaddafi camp's avowed objectives. … Read More»

In Egypt the People Are Taking Control

In this interview, Egyptian blogger Noha Atef admires the courage and cohesion of pro-democracy protesters in Egypt and marvels as the popular uprising in her country builds momentum. Read More »

"I feel that change is coming...we will not fear police anymore."

Noha Atef

Demand Protection for Mexican Journalist Lydia Cacho

Lydia Cacho—one of Mexico's bravest journalists—is once again receiving death threats and needs our protection now. Cacho also says she has received death threats via her blog since February, including one that threatened to “slit her throat.”

Speak Out: Iranian Peace Activist Shirin Ebadi's Life Threatened

Join Nobel Peace Laureates Wangari Maathai, the 14th Dalai Lama, Jody Williams, Desmond Tutu, and Adolfo Pérez Esquivel in calling for the protection of Iranian human-rights lawyer and peace activist Shirin Ebadi.

Spread the Word to Protect Cambodian Activist Mu Sochua

Cambodian member of parliament, women's rights advocate, and PulseWire member Mu Sochua is in imminent danger of arrest following unfounded accusations of defamation against Cambodia's prime minister. Read More »

Donate to Malalai Joya

Malalai Joya was Afghanistan’s youngest and most outspoken parliamentarian. But she was silenced after she publicly condemned the presence of warlords in her country. Read More »

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