Until we direct more resources towards harm reduction, we’ll never achieve the goal of ending AIDS.
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By recognizing why people with addictions make the choices they do, policy makers can see the futility of punitive drug policies.
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.
A photo installation explores how refugees separated from friends and family manage to remain connected.
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.
The practice of incarcerating tuberculosis patients was rebuked by the country’s High Court, putting an end to a dangerous and inhumane practice.
In a comparable case in Israel, a young woman soldier was given three-and-a-half years in prison, while a British intelligence officer received just six months after releasing “highly sensitive” documents.
China’s government has addressed family violence with official legislation—now it’s up to the public to utilize it.
At an inspiring meeting in Zimbabwe, over 160 women gathered to mark feminism’s leading role in creating a more progressive Africa.
While mainstream news outlets traffic in stereotypes, Roma journalists are laying claim to a space of their own in a democratized media landscape.