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After being found in breach of its treaty commitments, the Dominican Republic has decided to walk away from the Inter-American Court of Human Rights.
The documentary Judgment in Hungary depicts the trial of four Hungarians accused of killing six Roma, including a five-year-old, and injuring five others.
A new report suggests Greece drop punitive migration control measures for less costly, and more effective, methods.
Recent events have shown that Guatemala’s justice system is still subject to powerful political and economic interests.
Senegalese youth learn to express and sustain demands for change through a project that emphasizes rap and hip-hop culture.
Through a grant of $50 million to the ACLU, the Open Society Foundations are making a lasting commitment to criminal justice reform in the United States.
Twenty years after Central and Eastern Europe began its transitions to democracy, small elites seem to amass more and more wealth and power. What can think tanks do to stop this?
Protests in Burkina Faso raise the question: do term limits help or hinder nascent democracies?
Based on interviews with young Danish Somalis living in Copenhagen, evidence grows that discrimination at school can affect second-generation immigrants.
Amira Yahyaoui, a vocal opponent of the ousted Tunisian President Ben Ali and founder of a transparency organization, discusses Tunisia’s way forward.