The practice of incarcerating tuberculosis patients was rebuked by the country’s High Court, putting an end to a dangerous and inhumane practice.
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A new report examines corruption in the Central Asian state, where political and economic power have merged to create a hotbed of unscrupulous activity.
A recent report details the many reasons parliamentarians fail to notice or respond to serious human rights concerns.
Breaking new ground in long-running debates about criminal justice, Nancy Mullane’s Life of the Law podcast embraces a spirit of inclusiveness.
When the residents of Mátészalka needed a better way to get to the capital, they advocated on their own behalf and won a quicker commute.
A lasting peace with FARC will require a well-functioning mining industry, which is based in the rural provinces where the guerrilla group operates.
The bombshell reports detailing how offshore companies enable financial secrecy were made possible by a global effort of hundreds of journalists working in tandem.
The massive data leak reveals how vast amounts of wealth are secretly moved around the world. Now, political leaders must close the loopholes that allow this to happen.
Since 2008, it’s been illegal for the United States to support militaries that use child soldiers, but a special provision of the law effectively renders it toothless.
In this month’s Talking Justice podcast, we look at how a little-known UN commission helped expose the corruption scandal that ousted the president of Guatemala.