Pattis Family Foundation Global Cities Book Award finalist, The Black Butterfly, uses the city of Baltimore to examine the policies, practices, and historical trauma that created hyper-segregation in today’s cities.
The Council and Girl Security partnered to engage the next generation of women in national security.
Queer farmers are challenging discriminatory legacies in agriculture, and envisioning an agricultural system that uplifts and celebrates LBGTQIA+ people.
"Within a year, Gilbert has already flexed her media-savvy skills," writes Brandon Dupré of the Council's new president.
During Pride month, we delve into the historical context and societal factors that have shaped Uganda's stance on LGBTQ rights.
“As we celebrate the LGBTQ community here at home, let’s not forget the fight to protect them elsewhere continues,” writes Elizabeth Shackelford.
Polling shows the Japanese public supports recognizing same-sex marriages, even as officials stall on legislation to advance equality.
American religious groups have spent millions exporting homophobia to the East African nation.
“Unmitigated AI could deepen social, economic, and digital cleavages between and within countries,” warns Robert Muggah with Ilona Szabó.
Around the world, cities continue to protect the basic human rights of vulnerable populations in the face of fierce opposition from national governments.