Nelson Mandela Incarcerated for 27 years for his efforts to abolish racial segregation in South Africa, Nelson Mandela is widely regarded for his human rights work. Mandela spent the best part of his youth working with the African National Congress, which advocated a non-violent approach to changing the apartheid laws in the country.
This Infographic was created to highlight the criminalization of one of America's most vulnerable groups: the homeless. By stopping the criminalization of those in need, we can help spur litigation in support of protecting their civil rights.
Western populism is a fundamental threat to the humanitarian system
Western populism is a fundamental threat to the humanitarian system The mandates of UK and US governments could jeopardise the impartiality of aid, international humanitarian law and hard-won reforms in the sector