HUMAN RIGHTS

Why Nigeria’s Youth Won’t Stop Protesting

Promises won’t work — Nigeria’s youth won’t stop protesting until they see the government fundamentally reform the country’s law enforcement.

Will America's Police Finally Listen to Deaf People?

US police departments are finally acting to reduce violent interactions with deaf people.

The Secret Weapon of Arab Regimes — Influencers and Vloggers

The most repressive regimes in the Middle East are paying social media influencers to recast their image in softer tones.

OZY TV

Real Talk Real Change

Compelling conversations on race to meet the moment.

The Teenager Breaking Up Child Marriages, Door to Door

Hadiqa Bashir, 18, is storming Pakistan's Swat Valley to convince parents and imams of the ills of child marriage.

This Woman Has Rescued 72,000 Human Trafficking Victims

Hasina Kharbhih’s innovative Meghalaya Model offers global lessons for the fight against human trafficking.

Can Qatar’s Feminists Go Where Saudi Arabia’s Couldn’t?

Young women are forcing Doha to confront demands for change in a conservative society trying to present itself as different from its Gulf rivals.

In Togo, an Activist Dynasty Confronts a Dictatorial Dynasty

Fighting a dictatorial dynasty requires tenacity for the long run, and Farida Nabourema is positioned to do just that.

Locked Up But Undeterred, India's Voice Against Discrimination

Safoora Zargar, pregnant and in jail for speaking out against India's anti-Muslim citizenship law, is the face of a movement.

OZY PODCAST

When Katty Met Carlos

From the BBC and OZY comes a fresh perspective on the debate about America’s future as a nation and its relation to the world during the 2020 US election.

How Are Your Slaves Today? Here’s How to Find Out

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