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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The number of individuals in federal prison reached a record low last year. More can be done to make sure that trend continues.
Life is challenging for Roma women in Albania, but a recent push for political organization may soon change that.
During the wars of the 1990s, Croatia took in half a million displaced people, a memory that still lives on today as Europe’s refugees reach its borders.
Dr. Vicki Breitbart’s career path has taken many twists and turns, but a belief in the importance of civil society has always served as its guide.
From gender inequality to land rights, the factors that fuel the illicit drug market are also development issues, which is why drug policy must be included in the SDGs.
Inflammatory rhetoric about the refugees in Hungary is distorting a situation that’s not nearly as out of control as portrayed.
A group of Open Society scholarship recipients trained in mental health counseling are transporting those skills to Afghanistan, a place where counseling doesn’t exist.
U.S. domestic surveillance practices, exposed by Edward Snowden, present a profound legal challenge to the European Union's data protection regime.
By involving citizens directly in decisions about how their communities are run, we can make government more responsive and inclusive.
Artists are taking on police bias, criminal justice reform, and equal opportunity, as voices old and new tell fresh stories and organize for change.