From the English Channel to the airport in Rome, Europe’s crossing points offer migrants hope and hardship.
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Taking know-your-rights into real-life street situations, a film called Y-Stop seeks to educate London youth on how to navigate an encounter with the police.
A new campaign argues that countless lives could be saved by redirecting just a sliver of funding from drug enforcement toward harm reduction.
On a small island off the coast of Senegal, 22 poets got together to “rethink Africa” at a residency hosted by the Open Society Foundations.
The sacking of Sierra Leone's vice president has sparked political tensions and fueled concerns about the role of the constitution and the rule of law.
The value of building up the confidence of the Roma should not be underestimated.
You don’t need to be a member of an oppressed group to be a victim of a hate crime. The problem affects all of us, which means we all have to fight it.
Many people with disabilities are not allowed to make the most basic decisions about how to lead their own lives. “Supported decision making” can change this.
Approximately 200,000 American youth are tried and incarcerated as adults every year, making the United States the world’s leading jailer of kids.
The UK Supreme Court ruled that stripping British nationality from a naturalized citizen accused of terrorism did not make him stateless, even when his country of birth repudiated the claim.
Secretive governments and social norms that discourage debate have held back quality journalism in many Arab countries. A new initiative aims to change that.