Venezuelans protest for teachers and basic services
During September and early October, hundreds of protesters took to the streets across Venezuela to demand a better quality of life.
U.N. report cites atrocities for Venezuelans in mining area
A new report compiled by the U.N. reveals the extent of human rights abuses in Venezuela's Orinoco mining arc, from limb amputations to brutal killings.
Watershed disabilities law strengthens U.S. firms
Read on to learn how the Americans with Disabilities Act empowered Trevor Hutchinson to request accommodations that boosted his work performance.
U.S. warns of business risks from China’s abuses
The U.S. is advising companies to watch out for the risks of doing business with companies that might support China's human rights abuses in Xinjiang.
Honoring heroes in the fight against human trafficking
A State Department report details trends in human trafficking. Find out which countries are making progress to stop the practice.
Human trafficking is a global epidemic [video]
Human trafficking affects 25 million people around the world today. Learn more about how to spot it in your community and help those in need.
The truth about Cuba’s medical missions
Cuba sends thousands of medical professionals to 60 countries, but not for altruistic reasons. Learn what's really happening with these missions.
Gold mining in Venezuela rampant with human rights abuses
Venezuela's gold mines are controlled by armed groups who instill fear in communities and force miners to work at gunpoint.
Iranian workers choose: Wages or lashes?
Workers in Iran are tired of working without pay. But they risk lashes and prison time if they peacefully protest for their unpaid wages.