Fifty years ago, when Kuwait became a country, the bidoon were cut out of the deal. They have been stateless ever since. Photographer Greg Constantine has been documenting their stories.
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Libya says it wants to put Saif al-Qaddafi and Abdullah al-Senussi on trial in Tripoli, rather than send them to the International Criminal Court in The Hague. But its leaders' options are constrained by their international obligations.
Lebanon's drug policy emphasizes treatment over punishment, yet a gap still exists between the number of users and the treatment services available to them, according to this report.
The Open Society Foundations are making available to the public an expansive documentary photography collection chronicling some of the most pressing human rights and social issues of our times.
The world is again debating its development agenda and how to do things better. One way is to make justice a key component of development.
We’ve all heard stories about what was done in the name of the war against terror, but only with a full reckoning can the United States hope to close the door on this shameful chapter in its history.