Though Mexico is firmly entrenched in the war on drugs, it’s not primarily a consumer nation. Young advocates there are calibrating their harm reduction efforts accordingly.
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Frontline NGOs may not measure their impact in terms of infections averted or treated—yet they have become essential to donors who do.
Depictions of the crisis are often shaped by attitudes that have little to do with Ukraine itself.
Dr. M.R. Rajagopal, founder of Pallium India, is working state by state with health care professionals to make palliative care more pervasive.
Since 2008, it’s been illegal for the United States to support militaries that use child soldiers, but a special provision of the law effectively renders it toothless.
The investigation of one of Latin America’s largest mass graves is proving the critical role of forensic evidence in seeking justice for war crimes.
In a country where violence against media is common, an initiative is creating a united front—and a sense that an attack on one media outlet is an attack on them all.
In this month’s Talking Justice podcast, we look at how a little-known UN commission helped expose the corruption scandal that ousted the president of Guatemala.
Colombia is nearing a historic peace agreement with the leftist guerrilla group FARC, but will face many obstacles in implementing the deal.
Two capitals in one: a joint Belgian and European response is how we defeat terrorism.