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US High-Level Office for Children Is Critical for Children’s Rights

This article describes the findings of participants at a recent series of workshops, hosted by Phoenix Zones Initiative, First Focus on Children, and the Young Center for Immigrant Children's Rights, to address the lack of leadership for child rights in the United States.

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Stop Torturing Animals in the Name of Science

Dr. Hope Ferdowsian

This essay outlines the need to establish a Belmont Report for Animals that extends important research protections that humans get to other animals.

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Toward an Antimaleficent Research Agenda

Drs. Hope Ferdowsian, Agustin Fuentes, L. Syd M Johnson, Barbara J. King, and Jessica Pierce

This article summarizes the harms that using animals in research causes and outlines recommendations for transforming medical research so that it protects and benefits both humans and other animals.

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International Child Labor and Forced Labor Reports

International Labor Relations Board

Use these three reports that provide data about child and forced labor around the world to help combat the exploitation of vulnerable people.

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Why Won’t the US Ratify the UN’s Child Rights Treaty?

Karen Attiah

This article in The Washington Post describes why the US should ratify the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, and obstacles to its ratification.

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Building Better Roadways for People, Animals, and the Planet

Having the freedom to move toward resources and away from threats is critical to the health and wellbeing of all life on the planet, and it is foundational to the rights of self-determination for people and animals. As infrastructure development continues in communities across the globe, it is critical that all decisions consider the rights, health, and wellbeing of vulnerable people and animals. Evidence-based animal crossings are one essential solution.

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