Interviewed by Dylan Rogers. Shortly after Russia went to the polls this September, I sat down with opposition leader Lyubov Sobol (GS’20). At 34 Sobol occupies an idiosyncratic place [...]
Bringing Back “The Light of Hope”: Afghanistan’s First Woman Presidential Candidate Makes a Promise to the Worldgeneva
Interviewed by David Naftulin. I sat down with pioneering Afghan women’s rights hero Dr. Massouda Jalal (GS’10), who just weeks ago was forced to flee her country as the [...]
A conversation with Geneva Summit speaker Rosa María Payá (GS’16), one of Cuba’s most renowned human rights activists.
“I went to bed a judge and woke up a terrorist," says Turkish jurist Yavuz Aydin on when he was purged by the Erdoan regime on the day of [...]
Despite government efforts to silence her, Tania Bruguera remains committed to telling the world the truth about the Castro regime—even if it means risking her own freedom. Editor’s [...]
Daria Navalnaya, daughter of jailed Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, received the 2021 Moral Courage Award on behalf of her father, and testified about the fight for freedom and [...]
Full Transcript Moderator: Welcome to our panel on Champions for Change. I'm joined by three incredibly courageous individuals here: Evan Mawarire, pastor and democracy activist from Zimbabwe, Yang Jianli, a [...]