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October 16: A UN Vote to Watch

Nobel Peace Prize winner José Ramos-Horta writes on the upcoming election for the non-permanent members of the UN Security Council, and why having the voices of small countries on the Security Council is vital.

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The Voices of Inclusion and Peace: Missing from the Conversation?

Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Mary Wald on the 20th Century as the century of overwhelming force, and why our thinking has to change to fit the way wars — and peace — are won in the 21st Century.

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Mikhail Gorbachev on Today's Security Threats

An exclusive interview with Mikhail Gorbachev on what is really threatening our security today, and the cooperation needed to address our urgent situations.

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Celebs Come Out to End Slavery

Nobel Peace Prize winning UN agency the International Labour Organization has launched an awareness raising campaign to end slavery, supported by Hollywood...

Shirin Ebadi on Iran and sanctions

Almost a decade ago, Shirin Ebadi, an Iranian human-rights lawyer, became the first Muslim woman to win the Nobel Peace Prize. But the government in Tehran...

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photos: Desmond Tutu photo shoot

On March 12, Archbishop Desmond Tutu shot a video spot for’s upcoming human rights campaign. The video will be released in late fall....

Ashley Judd in Rwanda: Day One

Editor’s note: The following pages are Ashley Judd’s journal from a trip to Rwanda in 2008. It could have been retired for being out of date. But...