From the English Channel to the airport in Rome, Europe’s crossing points offer migrants hope and hardship.
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Meet the volunteer legal experts ensuring that resource development doesn’t bulldoze people’s lives.
Ever since it reluctantly joined Russia’s economic union, civil society space in Armenia has been shrinking at an alarming rate.
A new campaign aims to get Gypsies, Roma, and Travellers engaged in politics—and potentially swing a few tight races.
As the European Union begins to debate setting minimum standards for the provision of criminal legal aid, the Open Society Justice Initiative has taken a look at what currently happens in 9 different EU countries.
Do people really understand the right to remain silent? This essential right protects individuals from being compelled to make self-incriminating statements, yet too often there is a failure to ensure it is understood.
Open Society’s Disability Rights Scholarship Program is cultivating a new generation of lawyers and advocates who can fight for disability rights for years to come.
From the creative act of authorship to the formidable journey to escape slavery, the stories highlighted in the next installment of the Moving Walls photography series explore people in pursuit of new worlds.
A new Open Society report dispels the idea that multiculturalism is an unpopular phenomenon thrust upon a reluctant public.
A groundbreaking right-to-information law is already bearing fruit in Pakistan, as citizens and the media use it to shine a light on government corruption and inefficiency.
A program that sends people convicted of low-level drug and sex work crimes to community-based services instead of jail is off to a good start in Seattle.