The conviction on of the two most senior surviving leaders of Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge regime marks a historic milestone both for international justice, and for Cambodia’s effort to confront its violent past.
Civil society groups are calling on the U.S. to exercise caution over a possible anti-corruption settlement with Teodorin Nguema Obiang of Equatorial Guinea.
U.S. and African government officials and civil society leaders met in advance of the U.S.–Africa Leaders Summit to discuss strategies to improve governance and combat corruption.
The European Court of Human Rights became the first court to publicly confirm the existence of the so-called “black site” secret prisons operated by the CIA in Europe after the September 11 attacks on the United States.
We are deeply saddened to learn of the loss of the HIV/AIDS researchers and advocates onboard traveling to the 20th International AIDS Conference in Melbourne, Australia, along with all the other people who perished.
Police are partnering with HIV experts across the globe to implement harm reduction approaches to HIV prevention for vulnerable populations.
Austerity measures, changes to the welfare state, and unequal investment are fueling a sense of marginalization among white working class communities in Amsterdam-North, new research finds.
Informe de organismo internacional insta a fortalecer actual Modelo de Gestión del Ministerio Público de Guatemala.
A new report says reforms at Guatemala’s Public Ministry have resulted in “a significant improvement in criminal prosecutions."