With the new European Roma Institute for Arts and Culture, there is finally a place where Roma can work together to promote their identity and self-esteem.
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The vice-president of Equatorial Guinea faces charges of investing funds in France misappropriated from the national treasury in a precedent-setting trial in France.
Italy’s freedom of information law has been in force since December. So why are government officials still refusing to answer Italians’ basic questions?
The rise of social media and easily shareable video allows members of the public to film interactions with the police. But across Europe, this is now increasingly a contested issue.
A new documentary shows how deinstitutionalization has transformed the lives of people with disabilities—and underscores the importance of EU funding for independent living.
To reduce the region’s terrible levels of violence, more than two-dozen Latin American organizations, across multiple countries, are banding together to create real policy solutions.
The European Union won’t resolve its many problems until elites begin to listen and talk to regular people.
Amid a series of divisive political campaigns, media depictions of the young as idealistic and full of hope and the elderly as fearful and nostalgic are remarkably common. But is this actually the case?
Unless the United States and its allies increase diplomatic pressure on Moscow, the violence in Ukraine will continue to kill innocent people.
Listening to the voices of those most affected is vital for successful reconstruction after the devastating 2015 Nepal earthquake.
An ambitious effort is underway to strengthen the country’s educational institutions and change incentive structures to address corruption.