Political Science, Political Freedom & Security, Human Rights
The Book on Ending Homelessness
by Iain De Jong
The Book on Ending Homelessness provides insights for those in the industry, elected officials, policy makers, funders, public servants and the general public on the best ways to move from managing homelessness to ending homelessness. While ending ...
Why Human Rights Charters Fail to Fulfill Their Mandates by Donald L. Lang, PhD
Freedom. The Berber symbol adorns a monument outside the Museum of Slavery in The Gambia. It’s also an emblem of hope, that “never again” will such wrongheaded political mindsets cloud our judgment about “rights” and “freedoms,” now enshrined in ...
Our Refusal to Let Torturer-Traffickers Win by Jeanne Sarson and Linda MacDonald
Women Unsilenced explores the impact of unthinkable violence committed against women and girls through multiple perspectives—women’s recall of life-threatening ordeals of torture, human trafficking, and organized crime, society’s failure to ...
Whisper of Love in Hell
by Sam Spring Maple
Whisper of Love in Hell is a small love story set against a tremendous scene of political savagery and dogmatic religious tyranny. Dr. Atra Tirany is a brave and principled lecturer who refuses to whitewash the truth he teaches impressionable ...
Orange County Style by C. J. Ford Jr.
First and foremost, there is nothing wrong with “Whistle Blowing”, or standing up for yourself. Use this book to help you decide if risking the penalties of failure will reap the rewards of success – and righting a wrong. Secondly, this book ...
A Personal and Political Journey by Dirk de Vos
Dirk de Vos’s journey, which has taken him across continents, within dynamic cultures, and into direct experience within divergent ideologies, originated in the land of apartheid, South Africa, and ended in the far north of another continent. ...