Nobel Laureates to Saudis: Stay the Executions

Nobel Laureates to Saudis: Stay the Executions

Mujtaba al-Sweika, a bright 18-year-old student in Saudi Arabia, was on his way to visit Western Michigan University in 2012 when he was arrested in the airport in Riyadh. He was one of 14, largely young men, arrested for taking part in a protest.Among his charges is...
The Voices of Inclusion

The Voices of Inclusion

Desmond Tutu and Mary Wald on the Voices of Inclusion Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Mary Wald on a critical factor in peace building, and the need for the voices of inclusion to be a part of the conversation on any conflict. read it on Huffington...
Tutu to China: Stop abusing the Dalai Lama

Tutu to China: Stop abusing the Dalai Lama

tutu to China: stop abusing the dalai lama In March, 2009, TheCommunity.com and the International Campaign for Tibet cooperated on the release of an open letter from Nobel Peace Prize winner Archbishop Desmond Tutu on the subject of China’s treatment of the...
Tutu to China: The Signatories

Tutu to China: The Signatories

The letter from Desmond Tutu to the Dalai Lama was originally published for signature in 2010. After we reached 10,000 signatures, the letter was closed and delivered. Signatories on the letter included Nobel Peace Prize winners, internationally recognized artists,...
The Blind Dissident and NYU

The Blind Dissident and NYU

the “blind dissident”, china and nyu In 2013 we had been hired to help a group in New York on human rights in China. We were honored that Chen Guangcheng, the Chinese dissident who many know as the “blind dissident”, joined us in speaking out...