Thirteen young French men of North or Sub-Saharan African origin say that they have been subject to identity checks based on what they look like, rather than something they did.
An Italian court has found that govenment emergency actions targeting "nomads" constituted illegal discrimination against citizens of Roma origin.
The Open Society Foundations announced the appointment of Gail Aidinoff Scovell as general counsel.
The EU has announced important measures to promote Roma inclusion across Europe, which focus on ending widespread disparities in education, employment, health, and housing.
A committee of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe has called on member states to take the Tshwane Principles into account when modernizing regulations and practices.
La organización Open Society Justice Initiative insta al estado español a responder de manera positiva a un informe que critica el uso de perfiles étnicos por parte de la policía.
A report to the UN Human Rights Council urges Spain to ensure that its laws specifically prohibit racial profiling.
The Open Society Foundations welcome a Supreme Court ruling that allows recipients of federal AIDS funding to operate without ideological interference from the U.S. government.
A new EU directive will require police in all member states to ensure that suspects have appropriate access to a lawyer before questioning.
The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigations has rejected allegations that its officers were involved in the physical abuse of suspects in Kampala as being “without merit.”