Nobel Laureates to Saudi Arabia: 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...

Tawakkol Karman’s Speech at Oxford University

It is an honor to be at the Oxford Union, one of the most respected associations situated in the oldest, most prestigious University town of Oxford in the world. Dear all, Today, I stand before you at this defining moment of history when values of coexistence,...

Nobel Peace Laureates Media Digest

Nobel Peace Laureates Digest Have a look at our digest of the latest news in the worldwide media about the activities of the Nobel Peace Laureates during the past week. "Today is a historic day for the country": Juan Manuel Santos From his Twitter account, the...

Women Journalists Without Chains Reporing

At least 208 human rights abuses, including nine cases of death, against journalists and media workers in Yemen were committed during the year of 2016, stated Women Journalists Without Chains (WJWC). In its annual report issued recently on the reality of press...

The Colombia Charter. 10 Principles for Peace

THE COLOMBIA CHARTER – 10 principles for Peace – Without ideals and values, human conduct lacks a compass PEACE IS A RIGHT: Peace is the birthright of every individual and the supreme right of humanity. WE ARE ONE: Humanity is one family, sharing the gift of life...