Why has there been so little criminal accountability for past killings, disappearances, and torture in the Mexican state of Guerrero?
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A new documentary sheds light on the atrocities taking place in prisons in Turkmenistan, where all but the rich face horrific treatment.
For Nepalese migrant workers unable to return home to search for family, the Ujyaalo radio network has become a reliable link to the tragedy.
The presidential candidates’ interest in the subject is most welcome. But we need a deeper discussion to fix what’s wrong.
Facing discrimination in the Czech Republic's education system, Roma families in the city of Ostrava are fighting to secure better schooling for their children, one child at a time.
Meet the volunteer legal experts ensuring that resource development doesn’t bulldoze people’s lives.
Ever since it reluctantly joined Russia’s economic union, civil society space in Armenia has been shrinking at an alarming rate.
A new campaign aims to get Gypsies, Roma, and Travellers engaged in politics—and potentially swing a few tight races.
As the European Union begins to debate setting minimum standards for the provision of criminal legal aid, the Open Society Justice Initiative has taken a look at what currently happens in 9 different EU countries.
Do people really understand the right to remain silent? This essential right protects individuals from being compelled to make self-incriminating statements, yet too often there is a failure to ensure it is understood.
Open Society’s Disability Rights Scholarship Program is cultivating a new generation of lawyers and advocates who can fight for disability rights for years to come.