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For the first time ever, a key human rights body in the Americas has begun studying the impact of drug policies on human rights.
A film about the educational journey of two African American boys becomes a tool for communities everywhere.
What is the best way to help Africa’s population benefit from the wealth generated by the continent’s natural resources? Marcelo Giugale of the World Bank explores this question and more in a new book.
A new fellowship honoring Aryeh Neier is part of a broader effort to expand a network of expertise in human rights law and litigation.
British parliamentarians have voiced serious concerns over proposals that would change the conditions under which the government can strip nationality from naturalized British citizens.
For many Palestinians, getting to the next town—to go to work, to a hospital, to school—may as well be going to the other side of the moon. One Israeli group helps them overcome the barriers.
In the aftermath of a mass forced eviction, a coalition of organizations helped Roma families obtain a measure of justice.
In private facilities across Latin America, drug users are often detained against their will and tortured under the guise of “treatment.”
The curent level of prosecution of leakers of government information in the United States is unprecedented—and threatens accountability in the security sector, as well as media freedom.