For two decades, Ken Isaacs was a well driller. A month volunteering in Africa led him to a career switch to a charity delivering humanitarian aid worldwide. Now he is the U.S. choice to lead the Geneva-based International Organization for Migration.
Find out more about the exciting YLAI program to help young leaders in the Western Hemisphere build brighter futures for themselves and their communities.
If there is no place to escape, victims of domestic violence must either submit or fight back, inviting further abuse. Shelters are a basic community need.
Join us on October 18 for a webchat on how the private sector can collaborate with government, law enforcement and NGOs to fight human trafficking.
All denominations turn out to help people in times of disaster, like in the wake of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma in the U.S.
This photo gallery documents how Texans came together to help fellow Texans after Hurricane Harvey devastated the southeast part of their state.
Smart cities, which use technology to improve access for people with disabilities, are finding that the changes help all their residents.
Learn about some landmark events that led to the Americans with Disabilities Act, which protects from discrimination in all areas of life.
The State Department recognized eight people from around the world as "heroes" in fighting human trafficking. Read the stories of two of them.
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