U.S. funding for security in foreign countries has reached $17 billion per year. Now, civil society can see where all that money is going.
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A photo installation explores how refugees separated from friends and family manage to remain connected.
While mainstream news outlets traffic in stereotypes, Roma journalists are laying claim to a space of their own in a democratized media landscape.
Breaking new ground in long-running debates about criminal justice, Nancy Mullane’s Life of the Law podcast embraces a spirit of inclusiveness.
The bombshell reports detailing how offshore companies enable financial secrecy were made possible by a global effort of hundreds of journalists working in tandem.
Depictions of the crisis are often shaped by attitudes that have little to do with Ukraine itself.
In a country where violence against media is common, an initiative is creating a united front—and a sense that an attack on one media outlet is an attack on them all.
To counterbalance endless images of violence and rubble, a group in Syria is training filmmakers to excavate personal stories from the conflict.
The conflict in Ukraine has forced many journalists to relocate, but their work has only become more vital.
By making information about public spending visible, watchdogs are shaming away government waste.
For too long, Romani studies have been dictated by non-Roma “experts.” In 2015, a pair of breakthrough achievements shifted that paradigm dramatically.