Beverly Bell is an Associate Fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies and the founder of Other Worlds and more than a dozen international organizations and networks. Beverly has worked for more than three decades as an organizer, advocate, and writer in collaboration with social movements in Latin America, the Caribbean, Africa, and the U.S. Her focus areas are just economies; democratic participation; and rights for women, indigenous peoples, and other excluded peoples.
In addition to hundreds of articles, reports, and book chapters, Beverly authored Walking on Fire: Haitian Women’s Stories of Survival and Resistance, which won the PEN-New Mexico Award for the Literature of Social Justice, and Birthing Justice: Women Creating Social and Economic Alternatives. A new book, Fault Lines: Views Across Haiti’s New Divide and is forthcoming in 2012.
Human Rights Analysis/Commentaries
March 24, 2016
Human Rights Blog
March 10, 2016
Human Rights Interview
March 9, 2016
Government & Politics Interview
March 4, 2016
February 22, 2010