From the English Channel to the airport in Rome, Europe’s crossing points offer migrants hope and hardship.
Sign up to receive updates from the Open Society Foundations.
The Advocate-General at the Court of Justice of the European Union examined how the EU law ban on discrimination on racial or ethnic grounds affects service provision disadvantaging a whole district.
The Selma march showed us how far we’ve come—and how much further we have to go.
During a time of change, a group bridges the gap between Ukraine’s disenfranchised minority and social services.
Ferguson is just beginning the hard work of restoring trust between law enforcement and the community it is sworn to serve and protect.
The election of Judge Silvia Fernandez as the first woman president of the International Criminal Court marks a significant step forward for the proper representation of women in the top ranks of international justice.
A TV show about Romanian migrants living in the UK has been criticized for promoting ugly stereotypes, but who is it really depicting?
The former Soviet republic’s Westernizing prison reform is a cautionary tale of why such overhauls only work with constant oversight.
Law enforcement has failed to be a part of, and accountable to, the community that it serves.
On International Women’s Day, as we look back on the gains we’ve achieved, we must also acknowledge the threats still faced by women everywhere.
As violence against journalists surges, a coalition of stakeholders is working to protect the industry’s most vulnerable workers: freelancers.