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Art Imitating Life: Berlin Through the Eyes of Käthe Kollwitz

by Brittany Shoot – Denmark – This year marks the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. Celebrations for the historic occasion have been […]

Artists, Arts & Culture, Berlin, Europe, Feature Articles, Germany, Health, Motherhood, Teaching & Learning, World War II

Interview with Polish Director Andrzej Wajda: An Elegy for Poland’s Painful Past

by Vera von Kreutzbruck – Germany – Andrzej Wajda was 13 years old when World War II broke out. Together with his mother he lived most […]

Arts & Culture, Europe, Feature Articles, Film Festivals, Films & Documentaries, Interviews, Politics & Democracy, The World, World War II

The Greatest Silence: Rape in the Congo

by Jessica Mosby – USA – “Rape has always been used as a weapon of war” is the opening line of the new documentary film The […]

Africa, Arts & Culture, Feature Articles, Films & Documentaries, Gender Violence, Politics & Democracy, Rape, Sexual Violence, War Crimes

Cool, Carefully Considered, Methodical, Prolonged: Terror, Torture And Deceit in The USA

by Patricia Vásquez and Katharine Daniels – The WIP – On August 7, 2007, The WIP, in its Byline Portal, linked to an outstanding and shocking […]

Criminal Justice, Feature Articles, Guantanamo Bay, Human Rights, Politics & Democracy, The WIP Editorial, Torture, United States, War Crimes