New report, co-chaired by Gayle Smith, outlines a U.S. foreign assistance strategy for the 21st century.
Gayle Smith discusses the evolution of foreign aid under the Bush administration and before in Human Rights.
HELP Commission report highlights why cabinet-level leadership can ensure foreign assistance helps the poor help themselves, writes Gayle Smith.
CAP holds conference to address the growing humanitarian crisis of Iraqis displaced by the war.
Senior Fellow Gayle Smith tells the House Judiciary Committee that the Genocide Accountability Act is of critical importance to both principle and policy.
When is war justified? Is the use of torture ever acceptable? These are some of the issues in a new book by policy experts and faith leaders, published by the Center for American Progress.
CAP Senior Fellow Morton Halperin testified on how the U.S. can pursue a ‘real’ foreign policy that advances human rights across the globe.
The human rights framework is a powerful and successful tool for advancing a progressive agenda for women’s health and rights across the globe.