A series of court rulings ensures hundreds of thousands of eligible voters will be able to exercise their rights at the polls this November.
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A former Open Society board member proves that great works of art can be produced in the most repressive circumstances.
The Nobel Peace Prize bestowed on the four groups advancing Tunisia’s democracy brightens the beacon of hope for all of us.
With elections looming, Bulgarian politicians are bulldozing Roma houses to win the votes of right-wing nationalists.
Nearly a year after a U.S. Senate report exposed CIA torture activities, the European countries that were complicit in the program still haven’t been held accountable.
Andrea James experienced the prison system on both sides and found that the needs of incarcerated women and their families were not being met. Now she’s working to change that.
Myths, fears, and more keep children with life-limiting illness from the mind, body, and spiritual care they have a right to.
A polarized region with ample potential, Latin America will be transformed in the coming years. A group of stakeholders envisioned what its possible futures might look like.
The ruling from the top EU court is subtle and careful—and it has already been misunderstood in some quarters.
Arrests in Panama and Spain highlight the role civil society can play in fighting the corruption and illicit financial flows now targeted in the new global development goals.
When it comes to making minors register as sex offenders, the costs to communities far outweigh the benefits.