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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New York has announced big news in the battle against drug overdose deaths. But is it enough?
In Italy today, the Roma face a level of racism and bigotry that would have been familiar to Italian immigrants to the United States over a century ago.
Author Andrei Kourkov decided to write a book about Ukraine. Then November 21 happened, and everything changed.
From Montenegro to Nicaragua to China to Egypt, has digital media improved access to good-quality journalism?
How do you engage people in democratic processes? L’Université du Citoyen is encouraging political participation in a time of high voter abstention and distrust.
The overwhelming majority of Americans want to see the influence of money in politics curbed. Why has the opposite happened?
President Obama can declassify a long-awaited report written by the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence on the CIA's rendition, interrogation, and detention program.
The Roma have made progress, but there is much more to be done. These programs with a proven track record can improve on current conditions.
In Ukraine, people who were once apathetic about politics now believe in themselves and their power to change their country. This is a rare opportunity, and we must seize it now.
Open Society Scholarships alumni Corina Ajder of Moldova and Khatuna Ioselani of Georgia discuss the impact their scholarships have had on their career choices and beyond.