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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The proposed system, if implemented, would regulate marijuana-related activities under a state monopoly.
Some of those most likely to contract HIV—particularly people who use drugs—are largely ignored at a major AIDS conference this week.
In Latin America, where activists face a range of threats, one group is working to build communities of trust and support to help protect them.
Peaceful protests are the opposite of violence, not the cause of violence.
President Obama says America stands with civil society in the Middle East, but declining funding for democracy and governance there tells a different story.
The estimates of how many people have been killed by U.S. drones since 2009 will allow the American public to ask better questions about the uses and limitations of this new technology.
Two cases before the Court of Justice of the European Union address complaints from Muslim women dismissed by a private sector employer because of wearing a religious headscarves at work.
Recent police shootings demand a hard analysis of the intersections where race and law enforcement meet.
A revision to a little-known financial regulation means that nonprofit organizations and civil society will soon be less vulnerable to illegitimate government crackdowns.
Laws that keep abortion services far from where women live are a form of social exclusion that women’s rights advocates call “abortion exile.”