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Human Rights

 

Innovative policies and programs that advance the rights of people and communities

 

The Gift of Community

A formerly homeless man tells what he most wanted for Christmas when he was on the streets.

By Wes Browning | Winter 2005
 

Undercutting TV’s Ageist Stereotypes

TV spoils outlook on aging, but keeping a diary may lessen the damage.

By Alana Conner Snibbe | Fall 2005
 

Brother Spared a Dime

Homeless protests in the '80s were born not just of grievances, but also of greenbacks.

By Alana Conner Snibbe | Fall 2005
 

Mind the Gap

Some social and educational programs inadvertently widen the gap between the haves and the have-nots.

By Alana Conner Snibbe | Summer 2005
 

What Women Don’t Want

How male managers’ patronizing behavior undercuts female subordinates’ performance.

By Alana Conner Snibbe | Summer 2005
 

Subtle Bias

Why racism persists in a politically correct world.

By Andrea Orr | Spring 2005
 

15 Minutes with Aaron David Miller

Interview with Aaron David Miller, president of Seeds of Peace.

By SSIR editors | Spring 2005
 

Behind the Glitter

Tiffany and Co. moves to get African “conflict diamonds” out of its stores.

By Matthew Schuerman | Fall 2004
 

Determining Diversity

Do socially responsible funds ask the right questions?

By Jan Chong | Fall 2004
 

The Working Poor

The working poor are neither helpless nor omnipotent.

By David K. Shipler | Summer 2004