Kimiko Hirata launches a grassroots campaign that stops the Japanese coal industry dead in its tracks.
Kimiko Hirata launches a grassroots campaign that stops the Japanese coal industry dead in its tracks.It wasn't going to be a fair fight, her NGO was understaffed and underfunded. But Kimiko Hirata was not going to back down. She took on some of the wealthiest, most powerful institutions in the world and forced them to do the unimaginable.
This consultancy firm/social enterprise is unofficially one of the biggest employers of people diagnosed with autism in the world.
This collective of determined people is opening a dialogue among leaders, community members and allies to end of the practice of Female Genital Cutting in Singapore. Read the interview.
This group of students at CUNY School of Law is helping formerly incarcerated people become lawyers and play a vital role in reforming a broken criminal justice system.
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