Until we direct more resources towards harm reduction, we’ll never achieve the goal of ending AIDS.
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Gang violence is pushing death rates to levels on par with war-torn Syria, and displacing tens of thousands of people in the process.
Obstacles as simple as a lack of braille ballots can prevent people from exercising their right to vote.
A ruling from France’s top civil court affirmed that the police are subject to antidiscrimination laws, and set the stage for a change in policing practices.
At a recent conference, ayahuasca, a psychoactive drink made from plants in the Amazon, was hailed as a bridge between cultures, communities, and generations.
Kate McGrew, coordinator at Sex Workers Alliance Ireland, explains how labor rights can protect sex workers in ways criminalization can’t.
The Fourth Circuit just rendered the most definitive appellate court opinion proclaiming the illegality of torture since 9/11.
Since it was gutted by the Supreme Court, evidence of voting discrimination has emerged. Two bills before congress could fix that.
As authorities begin clearing France’s largest informal refugee camp, a photo series explores the “jungles” created by Europe’s dysfunctional migration policies.
An Israeli rights group used testimony from soldiers to bring to light abuses in Gaza and the occupied West Bank; now it is under legal pressure to expose its sources.