Over 100 organizations from the United States and Africa sent a letter to President Obama calling for civil society to be part of the official agenda of the upcoming U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit.
Un ciudadano con permiso de residencia de larga duración ha interpuesto hoy una reclamación ante el Ministerio del Interior por haber sido identificado de manera discriminatoria por un agente de la Policía Nacional.
A Spanish legal resident has filed a complaint before Spain’s Ministry of Interior alleging he was racially profiled by Spain’s National Police.
A government proposal would allow British citizens to be made stateless, undermining an important principle of international law.
Somalis in Amsterdam face more challenges than any other refugee community in the city and need specific strategies and programs to tackle these challenges, according to research launched today.
A $5 million investment in GADCO, a Ghanaian agriculture company, will increase rice production and improve livelihoods of smallholder farmers.
The UK should reject a government proposal that would allow British citizens to be made stateless, undermining an important principle of international law.
The Open Society Justice Initiative is urging Cambodia's Khmer Rouge tribunal and its international supporters to renew efforts to inform the Cambodian people about the tribunal's work.
Ten of America’s leading foundations have announced a joint effort with the White House to help America's young men of color reach their full potential in school, work, and life.
The Khmer Rouge tribunal in Cambodia must protect the rights of suspects in the investigation of two cases that have not yet come to trial.