Mexican federal prosecutors must apologize to three indigenous women who were maliciously prosecuted and jailed—in a case that charts a new route to accountability.
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Bolstering authoritarian regimes risks further human rights violations and populations more determined to escape.
Archaic colonial era laws originally imposed to control local populations still endure in Africa, allowing police to harass and arrest people who have done nothing wrong.
An online platform allows election observers to tackle problems in real time.
A new tool monitors candidates’ vows―and puts their feet to the fire when they break them.
The collaboration between a photographer and an anthropologist takes viewers inside Congo’s urban spaces.
Once in the system, people with psychosocial or intellectual disabilities can remain trapped forever. Now, a coalition of advocates is altering the landscape.
Traumatized yet resilient, the region is rebounding after the outbreak that claimed 10,000 lives.
Two years after the worst health crisis ever to hit West Africa, entrepreneurship, community, and joy are returning to Sierra Leone.
The murder of Eudy Simelane, the South African national football star, illustrates the contradictions that define life for LGBTI people in Africa.
The election in Zambia—a country with 25 years of peaceful democratic consolidation—is a chance for the EU to show it still has serious clout as a foreign policy actor.