Human rights can disappear in the blink of an eye. That is why we should constantly be on guard, says Mark Martin, director of Amnesty International Czech Republic. We got into discussion about evolution of human rights, political correctness and tension between business and NGO world. Why does Amnesty International fight for some rights (LGBT … Continue reading Guardians of human rights WANTED!
“It started with planting trees on one big road in Tbilisi and ended up with me sitting in the Parliament”, says Nata Peradze, a Georgian environmentalist and founder of guerilla gardening movement in Georgia. An interview about active citizenship, women’s courage and life that just happens. Your story is fascinating. From working in an art … Continue reading From a florist shop to Parliament
Morning beams are entering the living room of a typical wooden house some 50 miles north of New York. I am gazing at the snowy garden and listening to one of the most wonderful stories I have ever heard. I am speaking with a man of worth, a retired physicist Devendra Gupta, and meanwhile skimming … Continue reading A Holly-Bolly-Wood Story of an Indian Physicist who Made His American Dream Happen