- April 14, 2014Posted by:Comments:0
Fast Facts: Sonia Sen is STAND’s amazing Communications Coordinator. She attends the University of Arizona, where she’s majoring in Computer Science and minoring in Spanish and Geography (she’s the definition of worldly). She also is lucky enough to have the cutest dog in the world, Teddy.
- April 08, 2014Posted by:Comments:0
Evan Shively started his interest with international human rights during his time as vice president of STAND at Christopher Newport University. After graduating he spent a semester traveling the country talking about the grassroots driven changes happening in North Korea. Evan has spent time as a programs intern for STAND and is now currently awaiting to hear back from graduate school. Evan is a guest blogger and the views expressed here are not necessarily representative of STAND.
- April 05, 2014Posted by:Comments:0
This post was written by Danny Hirschel-Burns and Baylen Campbell. Danny Hirschel-Burns is the STAND National Policy Coordinator. He's a senior at Swarthmore College majoring in Peace and Conflict Studies and minoring in History. Baylen Campbell is STAND's Regional Specialist on Sudan/South Sudan and a Senior at John Cabot University in Rome, Italy. Being an International Affairs major, he focuses on the relations between natural resources and development within the region.
- April 02, 2014Posted by:Comments:0
Fast Facts: Sean Langberg is STAND’s current Education Coordinator, and is a senior, studying Geography and Global Studies at UNC Chapel Hill. He is also involved with STAND UNC, and has previously served as co-facilitator of his chapter.
- March 20, 2014Posted by:Comments:0
This week we compiled a series of Storify presentations about our perennial conflicts as well as “emerging” conflicts. Storify collects information from all over the web (e.g. tweets, articles, videos, etc.) and presents it in narrative form. To see a presentation, simply click on the conflict you want to learn more about. As always feel free to provide your additions, comments, or critiques in the comments section or email email@example.com.
- March 06, 2014Posted by:Comments:0
Nadine Fattaleh is STAND's Syria Conflict Coordinator and a student at Columbia University.
Looking through a newsfeed for the crisis in Syria would show photos of destruction: the destruction of buildings, infrastructure, relationships, families and lives. But photos of the conflict capture one moment; they show the indescribable cost of war to the people who live in its reality. However, in capturing a single moment, photos take away from the historical context of the war and its broader implications.