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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A ruling on Spain’s use of incommunicado detention for terrorism suspects calls for safeguards to ensure that suspects are protected from the risk of torture.
The European Commission’s first vice-president has the political power and momentum to protect fundamental rights in the EU. Will he do so?
As we fight Ebola, we need to envision and build a community health system where every person in every village has an equal chance at health and survival.
An estimated 250 million children globally lack the skills essential to civic participation. To end this learning crisis, we must ensure that all children have teachers who are trained, motivated, and connected.
Across the world, global and national treatment guidelines do not translate into the realities of life for most people living with HIV. This needs to change.
Four advocacy groups in Georgia joined efforts to create an online tool for more transparent governance, offering valuable lessons about the role of technology in NGO strategy.
Filmmaker Gabriele Del Grande discusses his documentary On the Bride’s Side, which details the journey from Milan to Stockholm made by five undocumented Syrian and Palestinian refugees.
In Nigeria, nearly 70 percent of prisoners have not been convicted; detainees spend an average of over three years awaiting trial. Photographer Benedicte Kurzen discusses attempts to address this vast waste of human life.
A financial transactions tax is one of the few ways to generate new money for public health in sufficient quantity to make a real difference. Here’s how it works.
Under Mexico’s new information laws, the federal prosecutors are not allowed to keep files on human rights abuses secret.