Following the police shooting of a young man near London three years ago, a documentary film about the tragedy helped one community heal.
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The Leahy Law prevents U.S. assistance from going to foreign military units suspected of committing human rights violations.
It is more important than ever to support an independent Ukraine—one empowered to decide its own future.
With sustained support, activists can steer public discourse to be less about “the Roma problem” and more about the value of the Roma people.
Billions of dollars have been secretly plundered from African economies in recent decades, resulting in missed development opportunities, increased poverty, and continued injustice.
More governments around the world are pushing for drug policies that respect human rights, promote public health, and reduce crime.
A government watchdog in Armenia is using data generated by ink and paper to fight corruption in the media.
Peter Bell, who died on April 4, may have done more to shape American philanthropy over the last five decades than perhaps any of his contemporaries.
Wouldn’t you like to give those in power a report card? This is what citizen engagement looks like, and it’s possible for all of us, according to John Gaventa, head of the Coady International Institute.
If preparations are not made for its next presidential election, Guinea risks falling back into instability, violence, and economic losses.
New York has announced big news in the battle against drug overdose deaths. But is it enough?