Even though in macro view the world has been progressing fast and many sectors are developing at a massive pace and scale, in micro opinion, there are still many aspects of human society that needs correction. There are still millions of people going to sleep hungry each day, and much more are dying of hunger and due to lack of clean drinking water and basic sanitation.
Many other issues need to be taken care of, but thanks to the pace in which the world is moving ahead, many of the essential aspects of human civilization are being neglected and missed. These issues, however, are crucial and must be taken care of as it can and would impact the future of the world.
Thankfully, many organizations are working to rehabilitate these people, but it is the onus of the people of the world to help each other and reach out to those that need a helping hand. Until and unless the society as a whole comes together to support those in need, there would always be a few gaps left.
The human rights violations are also increasing around the world, and it is not only limited to the war-stricken zones in the world, especially in the Gulf and Middle Eastern region, but in developed countries like the United Kingdom and the United States as well. Learn more about Jim Larkin and Michael Lacey: http://www.laceyandlarkinfronterafund.org/about-lacey-larkin-frontera-fund/michael-lacey/
The atrocities on the civilians by the police are also something that has been catching the attention of the world media, and it is the frequency of such incidents that is, in particular, more shocking.
Many organizations are working round the clock to rehabilitate the people who are in need of food, shelter, basic sanitation, medical support, financial support, education, and more.
Many of these organizations are also helping the victims of the human rights abuse from around the globe. Few of the most well-known and respected agencies in the field of human rights are Amnesty International, Global Rights, Protection International, Human Rights Trust, Human Rights Watch, International Committee of Red Cross, and more.
One of the most popular human right abuse cases that were reported in the United States recently was the arrest of Michael Lacey and Jim Larkin, co-owners of Phoenix New Times and Village Voice Media. They were arrested without any valid reasons by the Maricopa County Sheriff, Joe Arpaio, who is regarded as one of the most controversial sheriffs in the country. Read more: Jim Larkin | LinkedIn
However, their arrest didn’t last long and was released within twenty-four hours itself as there was a national uproar due to their wrongful arrest. After release, they filed a lawsuit against the state, which they won comfortably along with $3.75 million in settlement amount.
The settlement amount was made into Frontera Fund that supports migrant rights, works towards the rehabilitation of Hispanic community, and helps many organizations that work towards the same cause.
Some of the agencies that are supported by Frontera Fund are Arizona Justice Project, American Immigration Council. Aliento, Promise Arizona, No More Deaths, SySTEM Phoenix, Center for Neighborhood Leadership, and more.