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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EU law affects the lives of virtually everyone living and working in the European Union, but not enough public interest lawyers specialize in this field. Clinical legal education seeks to close the gap.
Peru's constitutional court is considering a challenge to an executive decree that declares that “all information or documentation” related to security and national defense “is by its nature secret.”
What’s going on inside this Central Asian autocracy raises questions about how American policymakers prioritize human rights in foreign relations.
Recipients of the 2014 Audience Engagement Grants cover a range of places, populations, and ways to merge activism with documentary art.
The global rise and lack of regulation of privatization in education deepens inequality across the world. A UN report emphasizes the urgent need to preserve education as a public good.
A new, interactive project is out to prove that better-educated Ukrainians will elect better government officials, and make leaders more accountable for their conduct.
Public broadcasting services can express the ideals of a democracy. But as of now only a few in the world really serve the public.
A new online tool makes it easier (but no less unsettling) to see where American military aid goes around the world. We should use it to promote informed debate.
Askar, an 11-year-old boy, is an orphan like many in Kyrgyzstan, living with a musculoskeletal disorder and abandoned by birth parents. But he is gaining something like a community.
Uzbekistan still depends on cotton exports driven by what amounts to slave labor. A new report brings this practice to light.