Access to justice not only ensures citizens can fully participate in their society—it’s also a key pillar of equitable development.
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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.
The court accepted that the ban was allowed to ensure the concept of “living together,” a concept criticized in a dissenting opinion as seeming “far-fetched and vague.”
Young people from 14 cities around the world are meeting to share ideas and experiences in the struggle to end discriminatory policing.
Anti-Roma talk starts at the top in France. Is it creating a climate of violence?
In a poverty-stricken district of Bucharest, the Alternative Education Center is helping give children the chance to create a future for themselves.
Western Europe has undergone significant transformation over the past forty years. New research examines how these changes have impacted white working class communities.
Marginalization—be it economic, political, social, or cultural—is not a phenomenon reserved for minority communities. Segments of the majority can be disenfranchised and excluded too.
A new law supposedly creates a pathway to citizenship for thousands of Dominicans of Haitian descent, after years of discrimination. But it has fundamental flaws.
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.
A citizens watchdog platform aimed to deter fraud and increase voter confidence in a recent election in Kosovo.