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human rights

A woman’s rights: ‘I have to fight. If I don’t fight, I will die’

A woman risking it all to fight for her rights. Will she actually win the fight or is she trapped in dangerous water? Fighting as a woman and for the disability of others, read her story.

From abuse to activism: finding humanity’s key through different struggles

Talking about being Arab, mixed raced, abuse and discrimination. What do you get when you combine the four?

Feminism or humanism?

What is the secret to humanity? One professor looks into the meaning of gender rights and what is the secret to reaching equality.

A female rapper tells a tale to raise awareness for human rights

How does being a female rapper in a Muslim country play out? One Jordanian-Palestinian is looking to push the boundaries through her music.

Inspiring change through fashion: the story of a young black entrepreneur

Is racism fueling the “black” fashion industry? How is one American-Muslim facing this?

Hybris Peace Series Episode 2

Can peace really exist? We still ask the long-forgotten questions in our second episode of the Hybris Peace Series.

Man fights for human rights and equality

One Jordanian is trying to fight for the rights of his country and equality of others.

Fighting for basic human rights: a diasporic journey of Jordan societies

One woman chose to leave her whole life behind to fight for the rights of the Jordanian society.