A trove of evidence has emerged detailing the crimes committed against Ukraine’s protesters one year ago. Now the International Criminal Court must act.
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A U.S. federal court has found that the free speech rights of American public health organizations don’t stop at the border.
What the Center for Reproductive Rights is doing to stop legislators from undermining a woman’s right to choose.
The annexation of Crimea upended many lives—particularly those whose life-saving treatments for drug dependence were abruptly taken away.
After years of rampant unemployment, nearly one in five Greeks lacks health insurance. Now, access to medicines must be a priority for the new government.
The medicine naloxone could easily save countless lives. Why isn’t it used more often?
On January 18, six people convicted of drug crimes were put to death in Indonesia, perhaps signaling a brutal escalation of the country’s war against drugs.
A series of “PSAs” encourages voters to reach out to lawmakers whose support for criminalization policies is harming public health.
Professor Myaing Myaing Nyunt says that something as simple as teaching doctors and students about consent forms will encourage democratic transition.
In a ruling that could have implications throughout Africa, Namibia’s highest court ruled that public hospitals violated the rights of five women by sterilizing them without their informed consent.
For Ugandan lawmakers, it seems the best cure for a public health problem is a draconian prison sentence.