Generations For Peace Ghana Equip New Delegates With Peace Building Skills

Modern Ghana, Jan. 4 -- Ten new Delegates have successfully undergone an intensive five-day peace building training conducted by Generations For Peace - Ghana (GFP). The participants, who are fifth-g... Read More

Open Doors International Accredited by National Financial Accountability Organization

SANTA ANA, Jan. 3 -- The ECFA (Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability) announced today the accreditation of Open Doors International of Santa Ana, CA. ECFA accreditation is based on the ECF... Read More

American Humane Names Haley Grimes Director, Farm Program Operations

WASHINGTON, Jan. 2 -- American Humane, the country's first national humane organization and the world's largest certifier of animal welfare, announced the promotion of Haley Grimes to the position of ... Read More

The New York Public Library Kicks Off 2020 With A Challenge for all New Yorkers: Make a Resolution to Read For 20 Minutes a Day

Washington, Jan. 1 -- The New York Public Library is encouraging every New Yorker to make a reading resolution in 2020: read, read to your child, or encourage your kids to read for at least 20 minutes... Read More

Proposed EPA Loopholes Must Be Withdrawn After Science Advisors Find Major Flaws

Washington, Dec. 31 -- "Reports withheld from the public until New Year's Eve show that members of a top EPA advisory board - many of whom were appointed by the Trump administration - found serious sc... Read More

Breaking: Tri-State Zoological Park Must Relinquish Big Cats, Says Court

Cumberland, Dec. 30 -- On December 26, following a six-day bench trial that took place in November, the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland issued a ruling in PETA's Endangered Species Ac... Read More

Foundation Assists Workers During UAW Union Boss-Ordered GM Strike

DETROIT, Dec. 29 -- In September, United Auto Workers (UAW) union bosses ordered tens of thousands of General Motors workers on strike. The strike came as federal prosecutors were intensifying their i... Read More

Doctors in Idlib tell IRC 'hospitals are full'

Jordan, Dec. 28 -- International Rescue Committee country director for northwest Syria Rehana Zawar speaks about the escalting violence in Idlib: "The situation in Idlib is deteriorating rapidly and ... Read More

Oxfam and partners: Water, food and shelter first priorities in coastal communities devastated by Phanfone

Washington, Dec. 27 -- A day after the devastation wrought by Typhoon Phanfone (local name: Ursula), which made seven landfalls mainly in Central Philippines between December 24 until the afternoon of... Read More

Sanctuary: Defending the Vulnerable and Challenging the State from the Nineteenth Century until the Present

Washington, Dec. 26 -- We hope those attending our session on sanctuary will take away a better understanding of the diverse origins of today's migrant rights formations which are self-described as "S... Read More