Journal of Humanitarian Affairs
Magazine features about human culture, fairness and equity
Human Rights - Law
Ethics - Faith
Human Rights - Law
U.S. citizens live with 'emotional terrorism'
'Military officers' use stolen valor to make seductive Facebook contacts
Internet fuels quacks and fools so should it be restricted?
How to keep some of the mentally ill out of jails
Can you go to prison if you don't pay your bills?
Southern politicians maintain power through Ku Klux Klan voting lists
Violence recipe: Youth in groups with nothing to do but make trouble
World belief: Spare rod, spoil child perpetuates negatives of human behavior
Experts underline Pakistan central to world's extremist worries
How Leelah's likely suicide muddies the waters of sexual identity
How do you explain a gun death to a two-year-old boy who shot his mother?
Nations examine their own histories in the light of man's cruelties and his nature
Objectification of women creates emotional problems, cultural harm
Tourists, new residents add to the negatives of racism in Hawaii
Chinese elders in modern times find themselves among the most neglected
Hawaii's restrictive and complex law and practice on marijuana use
Should the United States end the Grand Jury system of indictment?
Numbers of poor increase while no Eleanor Roosevelt or Michael Harrington speaks for them
Journalist offered $2.5 million prize in the manner often used with seniors
Humanitarian relief examined through prism of prayer and the Madman
Relative speaks of terrible memories of a killer in the family
Porn star tragedies serve as alert about risks of sex trafficking, especially in Eastern Europe
‘Lying eyes' create serious problems for death penalty option
America's Statue of Liberty beacon dims for desperate refugees
Roots of self destructive behaviors offer explanations of suicide, aggression and war
Killing fields in poor communities encouraged by government laxity,availability of guns
Internet lynching grows in power and influence
Incest involves perceived rewards over-riding risks
Sexual predators prey upon and abuse poor children of Cambodia
Mali struggles against Al Qaeda, factionalism and legacy of colonial rule
Children of the jailed suffer a lifetime of sorrows
Florida lab employee accused of compromising thousands of criminal cases
New world 'neighborhoods' offer more chances for rebellion or peace
Medical identity theft is crime with 'no recourse for recovery'
Janani Luwum: the Anglican martyr remembered as Ugandan human rights abuses continue
African American and Gay Rights groups may be creating the opposites of inclusion, understanding
Police need education about persons with disabilities as new tasering incident suggests
Has Big Oil & Gas’ Undeclared Liabilities Undermined Confidence in the Industry?
Psychopathic disorders continue to perplex medicine, law and ethics
Civil rights violations occur in jails, not just in communities and nations
Gay rights issues said to be ignored by governments, media in Russia's Sochi Olympics
Just say no ineffective in winning war against drugs and latest craze, the N-Bomb
Scamming the public: beware of door to door peddlers and their promises
Native American women at particular risk for human trafficking, rape, violence
Spain's embrace of Sephardic Jews in contrast to rejection of gypsies
Transgender girl in Maine wins court battle on sexual identity fairness, but 'struggle not over yet'
Here's what you might not know about the Miranda warning
Can you post a picture of someone on your Facebook page without his/her permission?
Invasion of privacy must be weighed against security risks for both individuals and nations
Protest becomes worldwide, but should you be among the crowds?
Prevent a death and end homelessness of the mentally ill by helping a man called Dean
How to reverse disastrous conditions in the cities of India
Experts worry about nuclear threat, Taliban, expansion of terror in Pakistan
Russia arms Assad, but West's militarization of protest may be crux of humanitarian crisis
Americans have a shared responsibility in Ohio man's execution
Gov Christie et al: Media, public assume guilt, counter notion of justice
Africans helping Africans may lead to resolving Central African conflict
Laws on equality have not brought folks closer together
How much does it cost to kill a man (or woman) in America?
Attorney offers tips on dividing the assets during divorce
United Nations providing humanitarian assistance in South Sudan during recent violence
Rape insurance? It's now the law in Michigan
Employer has legal responsibility when sexual harassment extends to social media
Government protest a global pattern
Oregon law on concealed carry reveals ease of getting and using a gun
Develop a new city village in India: an example for others
Israel said to be aiding victims of Syrian war
Sheriff alleged tasering of youth reflects heavy-handed approach to justice in Texas
Know and understand your legal rights if you are in legal trouble
DOJ settles suit with beef suppliers who sold beef from mistreated cows for school lunches
Tibetan monks imprisoned for protest against Chinese rule
Match.com dating service being sued for fraud
US prison rate triple that of 1980. When will they ever learn?
Solve for X might end political gridlock
Progressives declare Social Security benefits should be increased to help the most vulnerable
Controversial ban of pit bulls as service dogs contested by disabled man
Philippines Typhoon Haiyan victims potentially face years of recovery
Fight brews over marijuana vending machine sales
These are some marijuana regulations made simple
US Department of Labor reports findings on best and worst countries on eliminating forms of child labor abuses
Peace Corps continues its programs of service around the world
ACLU raises concerns about racial profiling in Arizona
Theft, poor supervision cited as serious problems in elder care
87-year-old on death row in Japan, said to be 'travesty of justice'
Human trafficking of gypsies said to be serious problem in Bulgaria
Brazil's youth rebellion against government, unemployment, a world-wide crisis
WMO advances need for disaster intervention for persons with disabilities
Right-wing extremism worries people on both sides of the Atlantic
Louisiana bad justice revealed in man's solitary confinement of 41 years
Better Business Bureau warns immigrants to beware of scammers posing as immigration officials
Should the police spy on all Muslim mosques and groups?
Gypsies get the boot in France, in violation of international law
46 women will be shot this month in the United States
The Carter Center unafraid to meet difficult world challenges
World violence damages future generations, reducing the moral compass
Op-Ed: The Case for Greater U.S. Engagement in Syria
Journalist organizations condemn violence against journalists in MiddleEast conflicts
Apathy is democracy's greatest enemy says UN Chief
After Trayvon Martin case, UN tells US to examine laws thatdiscriminate against African Americans
Secretary-General receives Syria’s formal accession to treaty banning chemical weapons
What will happen to the Syrian refugees upon resolution of present conflict?
Regulations need to be tightened for marijuana distribution and accounting
Dalai Lama speaks of compassion and Syria, 'unleashing force unpredictable'
'If you break it, you own it,' humanitarian worries over Syria
States with legalized marijuana enact new regulations and expansions
Prison inmates have the right to same-sex marriage, California declares
Strike on Syria could be supported by international law, Putin declares
Egyptian street children are one million hopeless in the streets.
Experts say EU must help stabilize Pakistan as US worries about its nuclear arsenal
Beware of verbal violence during controversies, such as military intervention in Syria
Whistleblower offers insights into human trafficking
March on Washington memorialized as US continues to explore issues of racial justice
India resolves with the United Nations to end the oppression of the Tamil people
Humane solutions offered for Indian economy
Corporate chieftains attack Medicare
Pakistan reinstates death penalty as humanitarian groups object
Russian human rights advocate believes in protecting children from homosexuality
Unchecked surveillance becomes topic of large global coalition
Medical marijuana users hide in plain sight
Human Appeal International invests in humanity
India responds to Geneva resolution on Sri Lanka human rights violations
Cybercrime is a billion dollar business in need of more watchdogs
Is there such a thing as ‘dead men walking’ and execution errors?
Humanitarian deficit exists in application of marijuana education and laws
'Stand Your Ground' laws: Are they needed?
Pit bull controversies surround legislation and pit bull breeding
Black on white crime examined in relationship to equal justice following Zimmerman verdict
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