It’s hard to remember now, but it was only recently that human trafficking – which is a growing global problem of enormous scale – was something that most people simply didn’t talk about. In fact, it was only in 2007 … Read more
Tag Archive: leadership
Sometimes leadership happens quietly, behind the scenes. Sometimes it’s big and bold. In 2014, we lost powerful women of both kinds. Some were blazing stars of the stage and screen who won awards and set records at the box office. … Read more
In the last few months, we’ve been reminded by several key events just how precious are our rights as human beings—and how long and hard some have fought to secure them for us.
In June, the U.S. Supreme Court nullified … Read more
That’s a question we ask ourselves a lot at AJLI. And the answer is (drum roll, please!) a great deal, even if difficult to measure in traditional professional terms.
Voluntarism has many meanings for different women. For some, it’s joining … Read more
In the Wednesday-morning quarterbacking that followed last week’s elections in the U.S., one of the more significant outcomes barely earned a headline: more women than ever before have been sent to Washington by their constituents. When the legislative session opens … Read more