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End AIDS by 2030? Not at This Rate.

July 23, 2014 | by Ralf Jürgens
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How Police Can Arrest the Spread of HIV

July 18, 2014 | by Sanjay Patil
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A People’s Court, Live and On the Air in Nigeria

June 10, 2014 | by Udo Jude Ilo
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Open Society Voices

How Police Can Arrest the Spread of HIV

July 18, 2014 | by Sanjay Patil
Across the globe, HIV rates are climbing among sex workers and people who use drugs. A novel approach to law enforcement is changing that.

Police and HIV Prevention: A Crucial Partnership

July 18, 2014 | by Sanjay Patil
Sex workers and people who use drugs bear the brunt of new HIV infections. But a novel approach to law enforcement is changing this.

An Uncertain Future for Women and Girls in Afghanistan

July 11, 2014 | by Wendy Patten
As the U.S. combat mission in Afghanistan comes to an end, the future progress of women and girls is uncertain.

Facing the Past and Apology

July 10, 2014 | by Gökçe Tüylüoğlu
An online exhibition invites visitors to consider the personal and political aspects of apology.
Grantee Spotlight

A Photographer’s Journey Through a Changing Hong Kong

July 1, 2014 | by Annick Shen
Photographer Mark Leong, whose work appears as part of the Moving Walls 21 exhibit, aims to capture the various facets of contemporary Hong Kong in his series of lush images.

Disability Is No Longer Invisible in Mongolia

June 12, 2014 | by Gerelmaa Amgaabazar, Kate Lapham
Data on people with disabilities, an essential tool for addressing the challenges they face, has long been scarce in Mongolia. That's beginning to change.

How to Protect Migrant Workers in Nepal

June 10, 2014 | by Elizabeth Frantz
Nepali migrants are routinely cheated and forced into debt by recruitment agents. How can existing justice mechanisms be used to hold them accountable?

Delivering Access to Justice in the Mountains of Pakistan

June 9, 2014 | by Lotta Teale
Two young women talk about their decision to train as community-based paralegals in Chitral, on Pakistan's remote northern border with Afghanistan.

How Access to Justice Is Helping Women in Northern Pakistan

May 28, 2014 | by Lotta Teale
Community-based paralegals are helping young women and their families use the law to resolve problems arising from “down country” marriages.

U.S. Must Prove Its Commitment to Human Rights in Central Asia

May 20, 2014 | by Judith Mazdra
The U.S. government must deliverer clearer and more emphatic messages in support of human rights in Central Asia.

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