The situation in Budapest is growing desperate as thousands attempt to enter Europe to escape persecution. In the absence of government support, civil society is stepping in.
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President Obama’s move to restore prisoners’ access to Pell Grants could be a game changer for reform.
Nearly a century after the Nazis used visual propaganda to stigmatize Roma, the community is still struggling to take back control of its own image.
My experience—and the tragedies in Ferguson, Baltimore, Cleveland, and too many other places to count—reminds us that race determines what kind of policing communities receive.
An angry response from the government of Kyrgyzstan to a U.S. human rights award highlights its refusal to address the legacy of interethnic violence that erupted in the south of the country in 2010.
For students living in places with little access to information, figuring out how to study abroad can be daunting. A network of advising centers is changing that.
Symbols of racism galvanize those who would defend a defenseless past.
The global human rights group may support the decriminalization of sex work. Now, it faces criticism led, in part, by Hollywood celebrities.
Since May, anti-Roma protests in Bulgaria have led to Roma families being attacked and beaten. It’s long past time for the government to step in.
In Latin America, the most perverse consequences of the drug war are borne by women.
A new law on the administration of justice in Nigeria offers an unprecedented opportunity to address fundamental problems with the pretrial process.