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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When Vasilis Tsartsanis noticed Syrian refugees arriving in his town, he decided to help them, an act of kindness that would change their lives—and his own.
Stopping violence requires good intelligence—provided by people who trust the police.
In Khlaifia v. Italy, the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights weakened protections against mass expulsions, while finding fault with Italy’s detention policy.
How a 92-year-old Holocaust survivor helped a group of incarcerated men find a reason to keep fighting.
A generation of children will grow up without a country because Lebanese mothers with foreign-born husbands cannot pass on their nationality to their children.
In 2016, for the first time, all private-sector campaign financing for municipal elections came exclusively from individuals.
A new initiative harnesses the knowledge of Syria’s dispersed academic community to help other displaced Syrians continue their higher education.
Living in uncertain times is no excuse to relax our commitment to open societies—indeed, it obligates us to work harder than ever.
Pakistan’s inclusive education programs are still in the pilot stage, but provincial governments hope to scale them up in the coming years.
The story of an ordinary civil servant turned transparency pioneer.